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This chapter does not cover all of the components in the processing pipeline. For a complete review of all the available functionality, consult Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow (Apress, 2006).
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Table 8-1. Delegate Components of DispatcherServlet
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Parse an HTTP request that includes a file upload and expose the upload for later processing Determine the locale of the current request and make it available during the request Determine the theme, or UI context, for a request; you can use the theme to modularize the UI, similar to skins Map an HTTP request to a controller Map exceptions thrown during request processing to error views Strategy to determine the view name for a request if none is specified by the controller Resolve a logical view name to a view instance
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Not all of the components listed in Table 8-1 are mandatory, and many have sensible defaults, as listed in Table 8-2. For most simple cases, the defaults are sufficient. If the component is listed in Table 8-2, DispatcherServlet will create and initialize a bean of the type if no bean of that type can be found in the configuration. If the component is not listed in Table 8-2, there is no default implementation, and you must declare one in the DispatcherServlet s configuration if you wish to use it.
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Table 8-2. Processing Pipeline Components Defaults
Short Class Name
LocaleResolver
Default
org.springframework.web.servlet. i18n.AcceptHeaderLocaleResolver
Behavior
Reads the AcceptLanguage header from the HTTP request. This header is normally sent by the browser. Returns a theme name of theme. Finds beans in the Spring XML configuration with names beginning with /. The bean name is then used to match against the request URI. Bean names can contain wildcards. Strips the leading slash and the trailing extension from the request URI to generate the view name. Maps view names to internal resources that can be called via the RequestDispatcher, such as JSPs and servlets.
ThemeResolver HandlerMapping
org.springframework.web.servlet. theme.FixedThemeResolver org.springframework.web.servlet. handler.BeanNameUrlHandlerMapping
RequestToViewNameTranslator
org.springframework.web.servlet. view.DefaultRequestToViewName Translator
ViewResolver
org.springframework.web.servlet. view.InternalResourceViewResolver
To summarize, the default behavior of a Spring MVC web application includes the following: i18n is based on the Accept-Language header sent by the browser, a very sensible default. Controllers are mapped to URLs with the bean name from the XML configuration file. We will take advantage of this in our sample application. View names are generated by looking at the request URI. This means if you do not specify a view name, DispatcherServlet will look for a view matching a portion of the URI. We will use this in our sample application. Views are referenced as JSP files, and the names must match the path to the JSP file completely. We will not use the default in our sample application. In those cases where you re satisfied with one or more of these default classes, you don t need to specify them in your Spring MVC configuration. You can always go back and add bean definitions to change the default behaviors of DispatcherServlet. For full descriptions of what each default component type provides, we suggest reading the Javadoc for each class. DispatcherServlet has the ability to order and chain multiple implementations of the same component, for selecting component types. For instance, this comes in very handy if you need to support multiple ways to map requests to controllers. Table 8-3 lists the component type and if it supports multiple implementations. If a type is chainable, that means you may specify multiple instances of the type in the XML configuration for the DispatcherServlet. The servlet will then
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order them, based on their order number, and give each a chance to operate on the request. (Classes that can be chained and ordered implement the org.springframework.core.Ordered interface.) The first instance that can successfully answer the request wins. Table 8-3. Components and Chainability
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