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Hi all,

I have a quick question regarding the ValueStack in S2. Does it have the Request scope or Session scope? If I put an object to the valuestack what will be its' lifetime?

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Murat
 
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ValueStack devided into ObjectStack and ContextMap

ObjectStack having objects sending from Action.

Context Map having request, parameters, session, attr, application.

The objects will nullified once the Action execution is done. This is done by making ActionContext = null.

ActionContext is having both ValueStack and ContextMap values.

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Hi,
Thanks for the answer.
So I should ask the question as when is the ObjectStack reset? I guess this within the request scope. In the second call of the same action, the previous results will not be available.
Am I right?

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No, Object stack is part of valuestack not part of request if you understand my above point you shouldn't ask this question again. StrutsPrepareAndExecute filter will take care of clearing Objects. If the action execution is done it's clear all the data.
 
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