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Spring Live

Spring Live


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Spring Live Tutorial
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Spring’s MVC framework is similar to Struts in that it uses a single instance of a controller by default. You can
change your Controllers to create new instances for every request by adding singleton="false" to your
controller’s bean definition. This way, if you prefer WebWork’s “new action per request,” you can still get that

Spring MVC has a single servlet than handles all requests, similar to most Java web frameworks. It’s called the
DispatcherServlet and is responsible for “dispatching” request to handlers, which have mappings to tell it
where to go next. To begin working with Spring MVC, first configure the MyUsers application to use the
DispatcherServlet for its front controller, rather than Struts’ ActionServlet.

If you’ve completed the Quick Start tutorial in Chapter 2, you should have no problems with the following set of
instructions. If you have not completed the Quick Start tutorial, but you’d like to do this one, download the
completed project after Chapter 2.

Spring Live

Converting Struts to Spring MVC


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