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<input type="checkbox" name="city" value="NYC" > New York City <br> <input type="checkbox" name="city" value="PAR" > Paris <br>
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By default, all of the Spring macros will close input field tags with the HTML 4 compliant tag closure >. Tip
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If your templates should be XHTML compliant, you can instruct the macros to use XHTML tag closures /> by setting a variable in the template. For Velocity, place the line #set($springXhtmlCompliant = "true") in your template before calling any of the macros. For FreeMarker, use <#assign xhtmlCompliant = true in spring>.
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As an added benefit, the example highlights how you can use codes for the values that will be submitted in the form fields, but present different text values to the user. In this example, we used city codes as the form field values and the full names of the cities in the presentation. This is a very common requirement in web applications.
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There are a couple of macros in the table that we didn t discuss. They are #springMessage #springMessageText #springUrl The two message macros can be used to specify localized messages based on text held in resource bundles. If your ApplicationContext defines a MessageSource bean (highly recommended), then its resource bundles will be searched to find the key that is passed as the parameter to the macro. The second of the two permits you to specify a default message value that will be used if the key cannot be found in the MessageSources. #springUrl lets you use URLs in your templates that include the context root of the web application, without your template needing to know what the context root is. Having any part of your web application aware of the context root at which it is deployed makes it significantly less portable. For example, the fragment #springUrl("/mycontroller.html") will be rendered as /myapp/mycontroller.html if your application was deployed at a context root of myapp.
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Velocity makes available several useful tools from its supporting velocity-tools-generic.jar (you ll need to add these your WEB-INF/lib to take advantage of them). Two of these are the NumberTool and the DateTool. Both accept a Locale object in order to parameterize them for specific locales, but Spring offers a further benefit in that the Locale parameter can be retrieved using standard Spring LocaleResolver instances that we discussed earlier. That s great news, and Listing 8-30 shows how to do it in a VelocityView definition configured by
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ResourceBundleViewResolver. You can also set these attributes on VelocityViewResolver to make them available to all of your Velocity Views. Listing 8-30. Adding a Number and Date Tool with Spring Locale Resolution home.class=org.springframework.web.servlet.view.velocity.VelocityView home.url=/WEB-INF/velocity/home.vm home.dateToolAttribute=date home.numberToolAttribute=number The names you give to the tools are the names you use to access them in your template files, as shown in Listing 8-31. We assume that the model contains an attribute of type java.util.Date with the name flightDepartsOn. Listing 8-31. Using the Date and Number Tools <h1>Flight details</h1> <p> Flight departs: $date.format("E, MMMM d", $flightDepartsOn) </p> <p> Cost of flight: $number.format('currency', $flightCost) </p> When the template is rendered in the browser using the default locale (en_GB), we get the following response, shown in Figure 8-5.
Figure 8-5. Date and number formatting with a UK locale And if we switch the browser language to fr_FR (French) and reload the page, voil ! French formatting as shown in Figure 8-6.
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Figure 8-6. Locale-aware formatting, this time in French
Additional Velocity Views
A final note on Velocity support: There are two additional views extending from VelocityView that you may recall from Figure 7-1 in 7. VelocityToolboxView offers the ability to load tools from a standard toolbox.xml configuration file (see the Velocity documentation for details of toolboxes). On your View, set the property toolboxConfigLocation to the location of toolbox.xml. You can optionally set this property on VelocityViewResolver too, in which case everything resolved by the resolver will be of type VelocityToolboxView. VelocityLayoutView further extends VelocityToolboxView and supports similar functionality to what you obtain by using the native VelocityLayoutServlet (part of the Velocity distribution, not Spring). A VelocityLayoutView consists of two distinct templates: the layout template and the main content template. When the model is rendered, initially the content template is merged with the model and placed in a Velocity variable named screen_content. The model is then merged again with the layout template, which has access to $screen_content in order to place it anywhere in the layout. VelocityLayoutView can be a good option if you want standard layouts for different content views, although you may be better served investigating other technologies such as SiteMesh (http:// www.opensymphony.com/sitemesh) to achieve this.
Summary
In this section, we ve covered Spring s support for two of the major open-source templating solutions available to you. We ve shown how to set up your MVC application to enable a smooth integration, and we examined the significant value-added extras in the form of Spring s form-handling macros. At this stage, you should be in a position to decide whether Velocity or FreeMarker is a suitable view tier technology for your applications, and how to go about writing that layer with confidence. If you decide upon Velocity, you might like to investigate Pro Jakarta Velocity by Rob Harrop (Apress, 2004).
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