Spring Web Flow 2 Web Development Table of Contents

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Table of Contents

Preface
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Setup for Spring Web Flow 2
Chapter 3: The Basics of Spring Web Flow 2
Chapter 4: Spring Faces
Chapter 5: Mastering Spring Web Flow
Chapter 6: Testing Spring Web Flow Applications
Chapter 7: Security
Appendix A: flow.trac:The Model for the Examples
Appendix B: Running on the SpringSource dm Server
Index

  • Chapter 1: Introduction
    • Three cornerstones: Spring, Spring MVC, and Spring Web Flow
      • Spring Framework
      • Spring MVC
      • Spring Web Flow
    • What is Spring Web Flow
      • The elements of Spring Web Flow: flow, view, and conversation
        • Flow
        • View
        • Conversation
      • The Spring Web Flow elements: an example
    • The new major release: Spring Web Flow 2.0
      • Spring Web Flow
      • Spring Faces
      • Spring JavaScript
      • Spring Binding
    • Introduction to a new version
      • Automatic model binding
      • Support for a new expression language
      • Flash scope is now a real flash scope
      • Spring Faces
      • Flow managed persistence
      • External redirects
    • Summary
  • Chapter 2: Setup for Spring Web Flow 2
    • Installation of Spring Web Flow 2
      • Inside the distribution
      • The examples inside the distribution
        • Building the examples from the source code
        • Installing the examples on your local machine
    • Support for developers
      • Build systems
        • Ant
        • Maven
      • IDE
        • Eclipse and Spring IDE
        • NetBeans
    • A sample for a quick start
      • Overview over the example
      • The basics
      • Building the service and database layer
      • The web.xml file
      • Dependencies
    • Summary
  • Chapter 3: The Basics of Spring Web Flow 2
    • Elements of a flow
      • The entry point to the flow
      • Section head
      • Section data
        • The metadata of a flow
        • Section input
        • Programming in a flow
        • The scopes
        • The flow instance variables
        • Assign a value to a scope variable
        • Access the value of a scope
        • Inputs
      • The states
        • The start-state
        • The action-state and execution of business logic
        • The view-state
        • The decision-state
        • The subflow-state
        • The end-state
      • The exit point
      • Section footer
        • global-transitions: global handling of events
        • on-end: execution of actions at the end of the flow
        • output: output of the flow
        • exception-handler: exceptions between the execution of a flow
        • bean-import: declaring beans for a flow
      • Internals of building a flow
    • Configuration
      • FlowRegistry
      • FlowExecutor
      • FlowExecutor Listeners
      • Internals of the Webflow Configuration
      • Inheritance inside a flow definition
        • Inheritance for flows
        • Inheritance for states
        • Merge or no merge
    • The complete flow for the example
    • Summary
  • Chapter 4: Spring Faces
    • Enabling Spring Faces support
      • Inside the Facelets technology
      • The ResourceServlet
        • Internals of the ResourceServlet
      • Configuration of the application context
    • Using Spring Faces
      • Overview of all tags of the Spring Faces tag library
      • A complete example
        • Creating the input page
        • Handling of errors
        • Reflecting the actions of the buttons into the flow definition file
        • Showing the results
    • Integration with other JavaServer Faces component libraries
      • Integration with JBoss RichFaces
      • Integration with Apache MyFaces Trinidad
    • Summary
  • Chapter 5: Mastering Spring Web Flow
    • Subflows
    • Spring JavaScript
      • What is AJAX?
      • Installing Spring JavaScript
        • The first example with Spring JavaScript
      • Apache Tiles integration
        • Tiles and AJAX
    • The Web Flow configuration
      • flow
      • attribute
      • secured
      • persistence-context
      • var
      • input
      • output
      • actionTypes
        • evaluate
        • render
        • set
      • on-start
      • on-end
      • transition
      • global-transitions
      • exception-handler
      • bean-import
      • action-state
      • view-state
      • decision-state
      • subflow-state
      • end-state
    • Summary
  • Chapter 6: Testing Spring Web Flow Applications
    • How to test a Spring Web Flow application
      • The first example
      • A look into the source code
      • First steps in testing
      • Testing Persistent Contexts
        • A short introduction to EasyMock
      • Testing subflows
      • More testing with EasyMock
    • Summary
  • Chapter 7: Security
    • Introducing Spring Security
    • Installing Spring Security
    • Basic authentication with Spring Security
      • Setting up your web.xml
      • Advanced Spring Security configuration
      • UserDetails
      • Using database access to retrieve users
      • Securing parts of a web page
      • Securing method invocations
    • Using Spring Security with Spring Web Flow
      • Changing the user's password
    • Summary

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