Take your book order web app and "strut-ify" it. That means, among other things,
web.xmlfile should map all ".do" URL's to
ActionServletor a subclass thereof.
Because we didn't discuss them in class yet, I leave it for you to look at
ActionForm's are used and how the
the book order form differs from
If you get the above working, then the next step is to clean up the HTML and JSP pages. Use the Struts tags to show information, as much as possible, e.g.,
<html:errors>to show errors, if any, on the book order form.
<bean:message>to write labels.
For all of the above, use the following resources to see what things look like:
struts-example, the example application that comes with Struts
The banking example is available at the book web site.
When the above is working, create and send a Zip file with your webapp's folder. Do not include .jar and class files please. I want just text files, i.e., Java, JSP, XML, CSS, and so on.
Email the Zip file to
email@example.com with Subject
CS 395: Task 2. In the body
of the email, describe the steps you went through, including missteps, surprises,