Uses of Class

Packages that use WebContentGenerator
org.springframework.web.servlet.mvc Standard controller implementations for the MVC framework that comes with Spring.  
org.springframework.web.servlet.mvc.multiaction Package allowing MVC Controller implementations to handle requests at method rather than class level.  

Uses of WebContentGenerator in org.springframework.web.servlet.mvc

Subclasses of WebContentGenerator in org.springframework.web.servlet.mvc
 class AbstractCommandController
          Abstract base class for custom command controllers.
 class AbstractController
          Convenient superclass for controller implementations, using the Template Method design pattern.
 class AbstractFormController
          Form controller that autopopulates a form bean from the request.
 class AbstractWizardFormController
          Form controller for typical wizard-style workflows.
 class BaseCommandController
          Controller implementation which creates an object (the command object) on receipt of a request and attempts to populate this object with request parameters.
 class ParameterizableViewController
          Trivial controller that always returns a named view.
 class ServletForwardingController
          Spring Controller implementation that forwards to a named servlet, i.e. the "servlet-name" in web.xml rather than a URL path mapping.
 class ServletWrappingController
          Spring Controller implementation that wraps a servlet instance which it manages internally.
 class SimpleFormController
          Concrete FormController implementation that provides configurable form and success views, and an onSubmit chain for convenient overriding.
 class WebContentInterceptor
          Interceptor that checks and prepares request and response.

Uses of WebContentGenerator in org.springframework.web.servlet.mvc.multiaction

Subclasses of WebContentGenerator in org.springframework.web.servlet.mvc.multiaction
 class MultiActionController
          Controller implementation that allows multiple request types to be handled by the same class.

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