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saikrishna cinux
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hi,

how can I use single servlet as a controller for controlling various other servlets without using struts concept?


can I use filter?

othere than filter is there any way to do so?

Thnaks,
Sai
 
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A filter is not a good choice for this. Luckily, I wrote this article on that very subject.
 
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Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
A filter is not a good choice for this. Luckily, I wrote this article on that very subject.


Thanks so much...
Your article is very nice!
 
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Bear

Your article is very nice with JUnit and all other things.
 
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Actually, the JUnit article was written by the Trail Boss, Paul Wheaton -- though I did draw the pretty diagrams he used in it.

My article is the one on web application structures and the one I was referencing earlier in this topic.
 
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hello Bibeault,
Could you let us know what tool you used to draw those diagrams ?
Thanks,
Sudhakar
 
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Yes, I used the Omni Group's OmniGraffle. It's a Mac-only program.
 
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