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So far we’ve seen two of Stripes resolutions: ForwardResolution, which is used to specify the JSP that will be run, and RedirectResolution, which is used to perform an HTTP redirect. Though Stripes actually has seven classes that implement the Resolution interface, only a few are commonly used. This chapter will explain some advanced features of RedirectResolution and extend our knowledge to include two additional resolutions: StreamingResolution, which is used to stream data back to the client (such as text or file data), and ErrorResolution, which takes an error number (e.g., 404) and a message to send back to the client.

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Watson, B. (2015). Resolutions. In: Stripes by Example. Apress, Berkeley, CA.

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