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spring simpleformcontroller and Abstractwizardformcontroller

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what is the differenece between SimpleformController and AbstractWizardFormController in spring framework?
I'm not getting clear concept from the spring based books please explain to me.
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The  main advantage of AbstractWizardFormController is u can navigate any pages wit out saving the data,

but in simple form controller while ur submiting it will goto save only.

check this
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Hi Thanks for your reply,

In AbstractWizardFormController,will data session will main to next page?
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ya that session part is inbuild in  AbstractWizardFormController so you no need to worry about session .
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