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Stripes by Example by Brent Watson

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© Brent Watson 2015
Brent WatsonStripes by Example10.1007/978-1-4842-0980-6_6

6. Forms

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The purpose of most web applications is to take some form of user input, do processing around that input—such as saving, updating, or retrieving data—and then passing another view to the user. Wash, rinse, repeat.
The examples thus far have shown various features of the Stripes framework. The examples in this chapter will tie these concepts together.

An Example Application

We will create a small web application that stores data about DVDs (see Listing 6-1).
Listing 6-1. FormProcessingActionBean.java
Before seeing the JSP files that produce the input form and the results screen, ...

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