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org.apache.struts.taglib: Javadoc index of package org.apache.struts.taglib.


Package Samples:

org.apache.struts.taglib.wml.common: The "struts-wml" tag library contains JSP custom tags useful in creating dynamic WML user interfaces, including input forms.  
org.apache.struts.taglib.nested.logic: Nested tags & supporting classes extend the base struts tags to allow them to relate to each other in a nested nature.  
org.apache.struts.taglib.tiles.util: The "struts-tiles" tag library contains tags that are useful in creating dynamic reusable components.  
org.apache.struts.taglib.html
org.apache.struts.taglib.wml
org.apache.struts.taglib.bean
org.apache.struts.taglib.logic
org.apache.struts.taglib.nested.bean
org.apache.struts.taglib.nested.html
org.apache.struts.taglib.nested
org.apache.struts.taglib.tiles

Classes:

PutTag: Put an attribute in enclosing attribute container tag. Enclosing attribute container tag can be : <insert> or <definition>. Exception is thrown if no appropriate tag can be found. Put tag can have following atributes : name : Name of the attribute value | content : value to put as attribute type : value type. Only valid if value is a String and is set by value="something" or by a bean. Possible type are : string (value is used as direct string), page | template (value is used as a page url to insert), definition (value is used as a definition name to insert) direct : Specify if value ...
ErrorsTag: Custom tag that renders error messages if an appropriate request attribute has been created. The tag looks for a request attribute with a reserved key, and assumes that it is either a String, a String array, containing message keys to be looked up in the module's MessageResources, or an object of type org.apache.struts.action.ActionErrors . The following optional message keys will be utilized if corresponding messages exist for them in the application resources: errors.header - If present, the corresponding message will be rendered prior to the individual list of error messages. errors.footer - ...
ErrorsTag: Custom tag that renders error messages if an appropriate request attribute has been created. The tag looks for a request attribute with a reserved key, and assumes that it is either a String, a String array, containing message keys to be looked up in the module's MessageResources, or an object of type org.apache.struts.action.ActionErrors . The following optional message keys will be utilized if corresponding messages exist for them in the application resources: errors.header - If present, the corresponding message will be rendered prior to the individual list of error messages. errors.footer - ...
NestedPropertyHelper: A simple helper class that does everything that needs to be done to get the nested tag extension to work. The tags will pass in their relative properties and this class will leverage the accessibility of the request object to calculate the nested references and manage them from a central place. The helper method setNestedProperties(javax.servlet.http.HttpServletRequest, org.apache.struts.taglib.nested.NestedPropertySupport) 55 takes a reference to the tag itself so all the simpler tags can have their references managed from a central location. From here, the reference to a provided name is also ...
TestMultiboxTag1: Suite of unit tests for the org.apache.struts.taglib.html.MultiboxTag class. NOTE - These tests were separated into 4 files each because of the size of the jsp. (not playing well with Tomcat 3.3 These tests are numbered as such: 1 thru 4 test a single checkbox TestMultiboxTag1 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag2 - Same as 1, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute TestMultiboxTag3 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag4 - Same as 3, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute 5 thru 8 test ...
TestMultiboxTag2: Suite of unit tests for the org.apache.struts.taglib.html.MultiboxTag class. NOTE - These tests were separated into 4 files each because of the size of the jsp. (not playing well with Tomcat 3.3 These tests are numbered as such: 1 thru 4 test a single checkbox TestMultiboxTag1 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag2 - Same as 1, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute TestMultiboxTag3 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag4 - Same as 3, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute 5 thru 8 test ...
TestMultiboxTag3: Suite of unit tests for the org.apache.struts.taglib.html.MultiboxTag class. NOTE - These tests were separated into 4 files each because of the size of the jsp. (not playing well with Tomcat 3.3 These tests are numbered as such: 1 thru 4 test a single checkbox TestMultiboxTag1 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag2 - Same as 1, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute TestMultiboxTag3 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag4 - Same as 3, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute 5 thru 8 test ...
TestMultiboxTag4: Suite of unit tests for the org.apache.struts.taglib.html.MultiboxTag class. NOTE - These tests were separated into 4 files each because of the size of the jsp. (not playing well with Tomcat 3.3 These tests are numbered as such: 1 thru 4 test a single checkbox TestMultiboxTag1 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag2 - Same as 1, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute TestMultiboxTag3 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag4 - Same as 3, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute 5 thru 8 test ...
TestOptionTag1: Suite of unit tests for the org.apache.struts.taglib.html.MultiboxTag class. NOTE - These tests were separated into 4 files each because of the size of the jsp. (not playing well with Tomcat 3.3 These tests are numbered as such: 1 thru 4 test a single checkbox TestOptionTag1 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag2 - Same as 1, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute TestMultiboxTag3 - These test validate true (a value was in the array) on our form. TestMultiboxTag4 - Same as 3, but using BodyContent instead of value attribute 5 thru 8 test multiple ...
FrameTag: Generate an HTML <frame> tag with similar capabilities as those the <html:link> tag provides for hyperlink elements. The src element is rendered using the same technique that LinkTag uses to render the href attribute of a hyperlink. Additionall, the HTML 4.0 frame tag attributes noresize , scrolling , marginheight , marginwidth , frameborder , and longdesc are supported. The frame name attribute is rendered based on the frameName property. Note that the value of longdesc is intended to be a URI, but currently no rewriting is supported. The attribute is set directly from the property ...
NestedRootTag: NestedRootTag. The only other addition in this nested suite of tags. This tag allows for a nested structure to start without relying on the bean and workings of the FormTag. Useful for view pages that don't update when returning to the server, or use hyperlinks rather than form submits. The Bean that it uses can come out of a jsp:useBean tag or define another bean that's already in scope. As long as the other Struts tags can find the bean by name, it'll work. It's simply recognised by the helper class and it's property is added to the nesting list.
NestedIterateTei: NestedIterateTei Extending the original tag's tei class, so that we can make the "id" attribute optional, so that those who want to script can add it if they need it otherwise we can maintain the nice lean tag markup. TODO - Look at deleting this class. Potentially a pointless existance now that the super class is towing the line. Left alone because it's not hurting anything as-is. Note: When done, it requires pointing the tei reference in the struts-nested.tld to org.apache.struts.taglib.logic.IterateTei
GetTag: This is the tag handler for <tiles:get>, which gets content from the request scope and either includes the content or prints it, depending upon the value of the content's direct attribute. This tag is intended to be compatible with the same tag from Templates (David Geary). Implementation extends InsertTag for facility (no so well). The only difference is the default value of attribute 'ignore', which is true for this tag (default behavior of David Geary's templates).
TestCheckboxTag1: Suite of unit tests for the org.apache.struts.taglib.html.CheckboxTag class. NOTE - These tests were separated into 4 files each because of the size of the jsp. (not playing well with Tomcat 3.3 These tests are numbered as such: TestCheckboxTag(1 and 2) - These test using a boolean property set to true on our form. TestCheckboxTag(3 and 4) - These test using a boolean property set to false on our form.
OptionsCollectionTag: Tag for creating multiple <select> options from a collection. The collection may be part of the enclosing form, or may be independent of the form. Each element of the collection must expose a 'label' and a 'value', the property names of which are configurable by attributes of this tag. The collection may be an array of objects, a Collection, an Enumeration, an Iterator, or a Map. NOTE - This tag requires a Java2 (JDK 1.2 or later) platform.
OptionsCollectionTag: Tag for creating multiple <select> options from a collection. The collection may be part of the enclosing form, or may be independent of the form. Each element of the collection must expose a 'label' and a 'value', the property names of which are configurable by attributes of this tag. The collection may be an array of objects, a Collection, an Enumeration, an Iterator, or a Map. NOTE - This tag requires a Java2 (JDK 1.2 or later) platform.
IncludeTag: Define the contents of a specified intra-application request as a page scope attribute of type java.lang.String . If the current request is part of a session, the session identifier will be included in the generated request, so it will be part of the same session. FIXME : In a servlet 2.3 environment, we can use a wrapped response passed to RequestDispatcher.include().
TestMessageTag_fr: These tests attempt to cover every single possible configuration of the org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.MessageTag I've tried to describe what I'm testing as best as possible by the method names. To see how I'm testing, refer to the jsp file that these tests forward to. All of these tests depend on a value being correctly written on the response, then checked here in endXXX method.
TestMessageTag: These tests attempt to cover every single possible configuration of the org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.MessageTag I've tried to describe what I'm testing as best as possible by the method names. To see how I'm testing, refer to the jsp file that these tests forward to. All of these tests depend on a value being correctly written on the repose, then checked here in endXXX method.
TestMessageTag1: These tests attempt to cover every single possible configuration of the org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.MessageTag I've tried to describe what I'm testing as best as possible by the method names. To see how I'm testing, refer to the jsp file that these tests forward to. All of these tests depend on a value being correctly written on the repose, then checked here in endXXX method.
TestMessageTag1_fr: These tests attempt to cover every single possible configuration of the org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.MessageTag I've tried to describe what I'm testing as best as possible by the method names. To see how I'm testing, refer to the jsp file that these tests forward to. All of these tests depend on a value being correctly written on the repose, then checked here in endXXX method.
TestMessageTag2: These tests attempt to cover every single possible configuration of the org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.MessageTag I've tried to describe what I'm testing as best as possible by the method names. To see how I'm testing, refer to the jsp file that these tests forward to. All of these tests depend on a value being correctly written on the repose, then checked here in endXXX method.
TestMessageTag2_fr: These tests attempt to cover every single possible configuration of the org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.MessageTag I've tried to describe what I'm testing as best as possible by the method names. To see how I'm testing, refer to the jsp file that these tests forward to. All of these tests depend on a value being correctly written on the repose, then checked here in endXXX method.
TestMessageTag3: These tests attempt to cover every single possible configuration of the org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.MessageTag I've tried to describe what I'm testing as best as possible by the method names. To see how I'm testing, refer to the jsp file that these tests forward to. All of these tests depend on a value being correctly written on the repose, then checked here in endXXX method.
TestMessageTag3_fr: These tests attempt to cover every single possible configuration of the org.apache.struts.taglib.bean.MessageTag I've tried to describe what I'm testing as best as possible by the method names. To see how I'm testing, refer to the jsp file that these tests forward to. All of these tests depend on a value being correctly written on the repose, then checked here in endXXX method.

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