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Using Struts with Sun One Studio

 
Sarthishari Kumar
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Hello
Am using Sun One Studio for Development. Can i use Struts in Sun One itself.
It uses the Built-in Tomcat 4.0 Server.
Where should i create the Directories required for Struts.
Or i should download Stand-alone Tomcat Server and then start using Struts.
Sathish
 
Andres Gonzalez
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don't know exactly an answer... but I was just reading and found a struts console that works with forte for java (in case you're not using it). They explain a little bit about it here:
http://www.jamesholmes.com/struts/console/help.html#netbeans
it might help you , Haven't used Sun ONE
 
Roo Schein
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Forgive me, I don't Sun ONE, so this is just my best guess. Does the built in Tomcat have a webapps directory for deployment? If yes, create a directory there for your struts files.
Or better yet, if the built-in tomcat supports war deployment, download the struts-blank.war file and place it into the webapps directory. Change the name to whatever you want (yourapp.war) then restart tomcat and presto - you have all the directories and files in place.
 
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