Advanced Web Flow Concepts
This chapter continues in the same trend as the previous one but covers more advanced topics. The basic flow definition artifacts explained in the previous chapter are essential to most flow definitions. In this chapter, you’ll learn about additional functionality that will give you more power and flexibility when expressing your flows. Some of the subjects covered follow:
OGNL, Spring Web Flow’s default expression language
Data binding and validation
Reusing flow definitions as coarse-grained application modules with the help of subflow states
KeywordsData Binding Previous Chapter Exception Handler Type Conversion Person Object
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