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Associating a Command object using MultiActionController

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How to associate a Command object using MultiActionController. I have done using SimpleFormController by setting commandName and commandClass in -servlet.xml. But, I do not know how to set the command object using MultiActionController. Please suggest.
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MultiActionController  does not have an associated Command object. Command objects are only used with form conrollers

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