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can we one please explain what is going on here  RSS feed

 
Ami Choc
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Hi

i want to understand why the same piece of code is written twice. In one path it is mentioned SearchAccountInitAction and other is simple Action class..what is the difference between the two action tags


<action attribute="searchAccountForm" input="template.searchAccount" name="searchAccountForm" path="/searchAccountInit" scope="request" type="ubs.logic.struts.action.account.SearchAccountInitAction" validate="false">
<forward name="NEXT_PAYMENT" path="/banking/createPaymentInit.do" contextRelative="true"/>
<forward name="SKIP_NEXT" path="/searchAccount.do" />
<forward name="NEXT" path="template.searchAccount" />
</action>

--------------------------------------------------------second action tag-------------------------------------
<action attribute="searchAccountForm" input="template.searchAccount" name="searchAccountForm" path="/searchAccount" scope="request" type="ubs.logic.struts.action.account.SearchAccountAction" validate="true">
<forward name="NEXT" path="/searchAccountResultsInit.do" />
<forward name="SKIP_NEXT" path="/searchAccount.do" />
<forward name="NEXT_PAYMENT" path="/banking/createPaymentInit.do" contextRelative="true"/>
<forward name="REFRESH" path="/searchAccountInit.do" />
</action>


Appreaciate your help please
 
Mohana Rao Sv
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It's not duplicating the code they changing forward logic depending the request.
 
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