SPRING MVC SAMPLE WizardForm Annotation

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4623667/abstractwizardformcontroller-using-annotated-controllers

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@Controller
@RequestMapping("/wizard.form")
@SessionAttributes("command")
public class WizardController {

    /**
     * The default handler (page=0)
     */

    @RequestMapping
    public String getInitialPage(final ModelMap modelMap) {
        // put your initial command
        modelMap.addAttribute("command", new YourCommandClass());
        // populate the model Map as needed
        return "initialView";
    }

    /**
     * First step handler (if you want to map each step individually to a method). You should probably either use this
     * approach or the one below (mapping all pages to the same method and getting the page number as parameter).
     */

    @RequestMapping(params = "_step=1")
    public String processFirstStep(final @ModelAttribute("command") YourCommandClass command,
                                   final Errors errors) {
        // do something with command, errors, request, response,
        // model map or whatever you include among the method
        // parameters. See the documentation for @RequestMapping
        // to get the full picture.
        return "firstStepView";
    }

    /**
     * Maybe you want to be provided with the _page parameter (in order to map the same method for all), as you have in
     * AbstractWizardFormController.
     */

    @RequestMapping(method = RequestMethod.POST)
    public String processPage(@RequestParam("_page") final int currentPage,
                              final @ModelAttribute("command") YourCommandClass command,
                              final HttpServletResponse response) {
        // do something based on page number
        return pageViews[currentPage];
    }

    /**
     * The successful finish step ('_finish' request param must be present)
     */

    @RequestMapping(params = "_finish")
    public String processFinish(final @ModelAttribute("command") YourCommandClass command,
                                final Errors errors,
                                final ModelMap modelMap,
                                final SessionStatus status) {
        // some stuff
        status.setComplete();
        return "successView";
    }

    @RequestMapping(params = "_cancel")
    public String processCancel(final HttpServletRequest request,
                                final HttpServletResponse response,
                                final SessionStatus status) {
        status.setComplete();
        return "canceledView";
    }

}
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