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how to get request parameters in spring

 
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I am completely new to Spring. So i am trying to understand spring with the knowledge which I have in Struts.

I have created a jsp page like we do in Struts.
I have given the "action" to be something. Now where do I give to which class should it forward to? In struts we have struts-config.xml to know this using our <action-mappings> tag. How do I do here?

I see that there are no action classes here. Where do I write my business logic and how do I get request parameters like i do in Struts request.getParameter(....) in execute method of Action class.



But I could not get the full flow with this.
 
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Vysh ,
Spring is a vast framework .I guess you are specifically talking about MVC part of it .Why don't you take a look of its documents (available in the net ) .Spring MVC webpage.

Regarding to your query / doubt :

Step -1 :
Every web app require one web.xml file like :


Read the DispatcherServlet , ContextLoaderListener ,context:component-scan ,InternalResourceViewResolver ..

Step :2
Create one simple controller class like :



and finally the user.jsp



By using spring framework we can develop POJO based controller , where we do not need any doGet() / doPost() like structure .

Hope you understand ..

Thanks ,
Satya




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