Stripes Tag Library
Puts the ActionBean with the specified binding into page context under the
supplied name. If the ActionBean does not already exist, it will be instantiated
and binding will be run to bind values from the HttpServletRequest onto the
ActionBean. Validation will not be run, and any error messages produced from
the binding/type conversion process will be discarded. The ActionBean will
then be placed in request scope, just as done by the DispatcherServlet.
If the ActionBean did not previously exist, and an event is specified, the event
handler will be executed on the ActionBean. If the ActionBean already existed,
supplying the event attribute has no effect.
Lastly, if the var or id attribute is supplied (they are synonymous and only
one should be supplied) the ActionBean is bound in to page context using the name
supplied. This is true in all cases, regardless of whether the ActionBean is newly
instantiated, or pre-existing. This allows the tag to be used to provide an easier
name for the ActionBean than referring to it by binding.
The URL to which the action bean is bound, as specified in the @UrlBinding
for the ActionBean in question.
The (optional) name of an event to execute. If no event is provided, the
ActionBean is instantiated and bound, but no event is executed. To execute the
default event handler you must give it a name in the ActionBean and name it here.
The (optional) name of an attribute to bind the bean to in page context.
Synonym for var.
||No Variables Defined.
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