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Will STRUTS become servlet API in servlet specification 2.4 or later?

Bruce Jin
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Someone told me that STRUTS will in standard servlet API. Can anyone confirm?
Thanks.


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Matthew Phillips
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That is news to me. There is nothing referencing that on the Struts main page.


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Bruce Jin
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I met a Java Architect from Sun yesterday and he seems mentioned that. I have to ask him next time.
Erik Hatcher
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Maybe you're referring to the Java Faces JSR that is in progress?


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David O'Meara
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I kind of hope not...
Dunno. I'm a big fan of MVC and to a lesser degree I'm a fan of Struts, but making Struts the defacto architecture for web apps in J2EE? Can't say I like the idea.
Steve Loughran
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Wierder things have happened. Take the JSTL standard taglib library. I'd never use that again after wasting a week struggling to cope with it. It's essentially impossible to debug any complex expression.
But there it is, a standard that is slowly rolling out. Me, I use velocity now
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