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Dynamic Forms

Summary

  • Dynamic forms are a way for you to create form beans without any Java code.

  • Dynamic forms work best when you have simple properties, validated with the Validator framework. You are expected to transfer data to a JavaBean for processing.

  • Dynamic forms may not be used in place of ActionForms in certain situations, particularly when using EL.

  • LazyValidatorForm is a new (1.2.6) addition to Struts that removes the need to even declare properties in a form bean.

  • Since 1.2.6, you can use a JavaBean as the type of a <form-bean>, and Struts will wrap the bean in a BeanValidatorForm. This will automatically populate the bean’s data for you.

Keywords

Dynamic Form Simple Property Malicious User Java Code Primitive Type 
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© Arnold Doray 2006

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