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Struts Version

anuj thite
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Joined: Apr 14, 2009
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Hello All,

i am thinking of developing an application in Struts. so which version of struts should i use?

please guide me.

Thanks in Advance.
Nishan Patel
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Joined: Sep 07, 2008
Posts: 689


Hi,

That is depend upon your application requirement and our clients requirement.

But i would recommend Struts 2.0.xx because it is easy to learn and for using it you can develop your application rapid.


Struts 2.x is completely different than 1.x.x

Struts 2.x is easy to learn than 1.x and more advance than 1.x.

Struts2.x is also provide easy plug in.

Struts 2.x is started with zero configuration.

Struts 1 vs.
● Action
● ActionForm
● ActionForward
● struts-config.xml
● ActionServlet
● RequestProcessor
● validation.xml

Struts 2

● Action
● Action or POJO
● Result
● struts.xml
● FilterDispatcher
● Interceptors
● Action-validation.xml




Thanks, Nishan Patel
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