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Can we call two different methods based on the same action in Struts2.

 
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Can we call two different methods based on the same action in Struts2.

The methods will be called when two different buttons are clicked , for example login button and register button are on the same JSP page.

When we click on login button doLogin() method should be called and when we click on register button doRegister() method should be called.

 
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The action tag in struts.xml has a "method" parameter that allows you to specify a method name. The method takes no arguments and must return a String.
 
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Hrishikesh Maluskar wrote:Can we call two different methods based on the same action in Struts2.

The methods will be called when two different buttons are clicked , for example login button and register button are on the same JSP page.

When we click on login button doLogin() method should be called and when we click on register button doRegister() method should be called.



then..you can use DispatchAction . Extend the DispatchAction in your action class.

And also configure accordingly in struts-config.xml, have parameter="method" as Joe Said..

Read about struts DispatchAction.that will be helpful.
 
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