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The model is a collection of objects intended to be rendered by the view. It can contain the results of operations performed by the domain model or objects custom to the view layer. The model is implemented as a simple Map, with String names as keys.
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In the context of Spring MVC, the model and the domain model are two different concepts.
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Spring MVC combines the model and the view to be rendered into a ModelAndView class. Controllers are responsible for creating and populating an instance of ModelAndView before completing their work. The view and the model are combined like this simply because the controller needs to return both objects when finished processing. You are not restricted to what you place into the model, as long as your view knows how to render it.
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Rendering the UI is the job of the view. Spring MVC comes bundled with many different view implementations, all abstracted to work the same way. The following are some of your choices: JSP and JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) Velocity FreeMarker PDF
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Excel Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) JasperReports You can easily mix and match these different view types within the same web application for ultimate flexibility. Spring MVC even includes useful macros for JSP Velocity, and FreeMarker to , ease the task of building and displaying XHTML forms. Spring MVC maps views to view names, allowing for complete decoupling of view and controller. The ViewResolver interface is responsible for resolving view names to a particular view instance. You may specify one or more ViewResolvers and chain them together if you require more than one view-resolution strategy.
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To keep coupling low, the view is typically specified with a logical name. Therefore, the controller is unaware of how the view is implemented.
Locale Resolvers
Spring MVC applications can easily support internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) by using Java s native i18n facilities plus helpers from the Spring Framework. These techniques are useful if you wish to serve the same application to multiple cultures, locales, and languages. (See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internationalization for more details on i18n and i10n.) Each request is serviced by an instance of LocaleResolver, whose job it is to determine the locale of the request and make it available throughout the request. Locales can be set in many different ways, including reading HTTP headers sent by browsers (the default) or explicit selection by end users. Locale resolution is pluggable, allowing you to create your own scheme for locale selection. The web application then uses the locale when displaying text messages, so that the message will be translated into the correct language. Any error messages generated by validation can also be translated. The locale is also useful when rendering items such as currency or numbers.
File Uploads
All web frameworks allow for file uploads, and Spring MVC is no different with its Multipart Resolver interface. Like all good things Spring, the framework doesn t actually implement fileupload handling directly. It instead delegates to one of two libraries: Jakarta Commons FileUpload (http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/fileupload/) or Jason Hunter s COS library (http://servlets.com/cos/). We recommend Commons FileUpload, as it is actively maintained. Any request can contain an uploaded file, and the parsing and management of the file is transparently handled for you by the framework. You can even choose to have the contents of the uploaded file available to you as a File object, a byte[], or a String.
Exception Handling
Errors can occur at any point during the request-handling life cycle, so Spring MVC provides a flexible and configurable exception-handling mechanism. The HandlerExceptionResolver interface maps exceptions to views. Spring MVC provides different resolution strategies, and it is easy to implement this interface in order to use custom logic.
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DispatcherServlet and Request Handling
As previously mentioned, the DispatcherServlet servlet handles all incoming requests, as it acts as the application s front controller. DispatcherServlet merely coordinates the activities of many subcomponents, routing the request along until processing is finished. You ve been introduced to some of the components of the request-processing pipeline: HandlerMapping, ViewResolver, and Handler ExceptionResolver. Each plays its own part in the larger processing pipeline. Table 8-1 lists all of the interfaces used as delegates by DispatcherServlet. Each has a rich set of implementations, and they are easy to extend so you can create your own.
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