Package org.springframework.web.servlet.view

Provides standard View and ViewResolver implementations, including abstract base classes for custom implementations.


Class Summary
AbstractCachingViewResolver Convenient base class for ViewResolver implementations.
AbstractTemplateView Adapter base class for template-based view technologies such as Velocity and FreeMarker, with the ability to use request and session attributes in their model and the option to expose helper objects for Spring's Velocity/FreeMarker macro library.
AbstractTemplateViewResolver Abstract base class for template view resolvers, in particular for Velocity and FreeMarker views.
AbstractUrlBasedView Abstract base class for URL-based views.
AbstractView Abstract base class for View implementations.
BeanNameViewResolver Simple implementation of ViewResolver that interprets a view name as bean name in the current application context, i.e. in the XML file of the executing DispatcherServlet.
DefaultRequestToViewNameTranslator RequestToViewNameTranslator that simply transforms the URI of the incoming request into a view name.
InternalResourceView Wrapper for a JSP or other resource within the same web application.
InternalResourceViewResolver Convenient subclass of UrlBasedViewResolver that supports InternalResourceView (i.e.
JstlView Specialization of InternalResourceView for JSTL pages, i.e.
RedirectView View that redirects to an absolute, context relative, or current request relative URL, by default exposing all model attributes as HTTP query parameters.
ResourceBundleViewResolver ViewResolver implementation that uses bean definitions in a ResourceBundle, specified by the bundle basename.
UrlBasedViewResolver Simple implementation of the ViewResolver interface, allowing for direct resolution of symbolic view names to URLs, without explicit mapping definition.
XmlViewResolver Implementation of ViewResolver that uses bean definitions in an XML file, specified by resource location.

Package org.springframework.web.servlet.view Description

Provides standard View and ViewResolver implementations, including abstract base classes for custom implementations.

Application developers don't usually need to implement views, as the framework provides standard views for JSPs, Velocity, XSLT, etc. However, the ability to implement custom views easily by subclassing the AbstractView class in this package can be very helpful if an application has unusual view requirements.

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