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Struts with AjaxTag and DisplayTag

 
Mark Henryson
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I am developing a web application in Struts 1.3.10 and decided to use Ajax, since I will be having more input fields & drop downs in the form.
I want to know how to use AjaxTags with Struts. I have googled and didn't get any useful resources, as each one implementing the AjaxTags in their own way.
Is there any standardized way to use AjaxTags with Struts. I have also decided to use display tags. I have got a nice demo in the display tag site.
But I want to use Display Tag with Ajax Tag in Struts.
If anyone has any good resources/links/sample demo/example will be helpful in developing my application.
 
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AFAIK there's no "standard way" to use AjaxTags with Struts. AjaxTags is framework-neutral; it can be used however you want.
 
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Thanks for the reply.
Is there any demo/links/resource available on how to use together the Display Tag and AjaxTag with Struts?
 
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I don't know, I'd probably just search the web. Again--AjaxTags are framework-neutral, and there shouldn't be any particular issues using it with Struts. If you have a specific question that's Struts-related, this is the right place.

(It may depend slightly on which AjaxTags you're talking about; one of them started off being a Struts-oriented taglib but turned neutral, don't know much about the other, but the docs made it look simple to work with.)
 
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