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new to struts.. plz help... urgent

 
priya vinay
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I need to learn struts ASAP. Don't know where to start? Can anybody plz guide me.
FYI: Using JDeveloper
Bunch of thanks in advance.
Priya.
[ March 10, 2004: Message edited by: priya vinay ]
 
Kishore Dandu
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It is easier to go through a book on a fiery pace. Usually many books have proven examples and that kind of gives you a head start.
One of the good ones on Struts is "Struts Survival guide" by Srikanth Shenoy etc(may be I am wrong on the author name). This book helped me become upto speed on the framework and also has many useful tricks and tips.
Dan.
 
priya vinay
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ThanQ Dan. Can u gimme some online resources with examples to work with.
Thanks.
 
Srikanth Shenoy
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The Struts distribution itself comes with a handful of sample applications.
Look at each of them to get a hang of Struts features.
Look at the tag documentation.
And when you know enough, go to struts.sourceforge.net look at the Appfuse and couple other applications.
They also have a resources section with links to some online articles
Have fun
 
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