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Do actions have to be thread-safe ?

Don Kiddick
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I'm editing an Action class in struts. I don't know anything about struts. Am I to assume that my code has to be thread-safe ?

D.
Jason Menard
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Originally posted by Don Kiddick:
I'm editing an Action class in struts. I don't know anything about struts. Am I to assume that my code has to be thread-safe ?

D.


Yes. The same rules apply to Struts as with Servlets.
Don Kiddick
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thanks !
 
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