I know often that the mvc architecture is used in java web programming so that's why I'm submitting my question here. Specifically specifically my question regards using a frameset in a view. I've written my own mvc framework and am quite satisfied with how it functions. I did this for the challenge and to gain some experience. However I've run into a bump with using framesets in a view.
Basically for every http request, the controller is instantiated and the request is processed. This determines the view I will end up with. If I have dynamic data that a view requires, the http request contains info that the controller needs to instanitate the appropriate action object and get the data.
The problem is, within a view that has framesets, there are several sets of url's -- serveral calls to the controller. As is obvious, the process of sending an http request to the controller is started by clicking a link, submitting a form, or entering a url into the url box of the browser. So the question(s) is/are:
How do I get the appropriate url's to the various src attributes of frame tags? It seems I either have to hard code part or all of the url in the src attribute.
Can I avoid littering my outer url with loads of parameters to dynamically generate the src attributes?
Should this be put somewhere else like in the application mapping?
Has anyone done anything in this aspect with struts or anything similar and can shed light on me? I've been googling and not finding anything.