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biny panackal
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hi all,
i am biny balan. i need some help for you gusy out there , i would like to know how jboss can be configured for struts. how to set the context path. and important xml. i am thankful to all who can help me....


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Jaikiran Pai
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Biny,

Deploying an struts application would involve the same steps as deploying an normal web application. All you need is an .war (or an .ear) of your application. This war (or ear) can then be placed in the %JBOSS_HOME%/server/< serverName>/deploy folder. As for the xml file configurations, which xmls are you trying to configure?

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