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Parijat Mukherjee

Joined: Sep 21, 2003
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what are java struts ???
Gregg Bolinger
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STRUTS is a J2EE framework that forces you to use the MVC paradigm. And it has nothing to do with JDBC so I am moving this to the STRUTS forum...

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Matthew Phillips
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Struts is an MVC framework for web applications. Thomas Paul wrote two great articles for the JavaRanch newsletter. The first covers the basics of Struts using version 1.0. The second article covers Struts 1.1, highlighting the differences between the two. You may also want to look at the Struts homepage for more information.

Matthew Phillips
I agree. Here's the link:
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