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Problem of <frameset> tag with struts2

 
Prajatna Mahunta
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I am migrating my application from struts 1 to staruts 2

We are using struts 2.1.8 jar. We were using <fameset> to have our website layout.

But unfortunately using <fameset> the struts 2 is not able to render the page. In the UI it is only showing "undefined" . Please suggest how to make <frameset > work in struts2
 
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You've provided almost no information we can use to help you.

Please read ItDoesntWorkIsUseless and TellTheDetails.
 
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From 1st jsp page I am calling a action "login.action"

The struts.xml mapping is like-


Inside zulaHome.jsp I am using <frameset> tag to create the Welcome page which is a combination of header, menu & body .
The code I am using for zulaHome.jsp is as follows



I can see in my console that on call of this login.action my zulaHome.jsp page is loading. But in UI i am not able to see any thing . only it is showing a single word "undefined".

As you can see I have tried various option for the <frame src="" > tag as follows.

(1. using jsp location,


2. using s:url tag to load the jsp ,


3. using a action to load the corresponding JSP


)
But non of these worked out for me..

Can you please let me know id these is any comparability issue is there with struts2 & <frameset> tag ?
If not why this is happening..and what is the solution for this. ???

can any body please help me.
 
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Hi Prajatna Mahunta,

I have used the same thing in my last project with out any problem.
like below (this code is a part of the page which will be displayed after successful login validation)


All the src attribute calls a struts2 action. But i have not build the url using strut2 url tag.
It worked well for me...
 
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anbarasu aladiyan wrote:Hi Prajatna Mahunta,

I have used the same thing in my last project with out any problem.
like below (this code is a part of the page which will be displayed after successful login validation)
zulaHome.jsp


All the src attribute calls a struts2 action. But i have not build the url using strut2 url tag.
It worked well for me...



Thanks Anbarasu ,
I tried with your solution. But still I am facing the same problem..Is there any problem with Struts version, I am using Struts 2.1.8

I have changed the frameset page like--


And the corresponding action mapping is--


And the action class is --



I am still wondering ...why i am not able to get my page , because i can see in the logs that my frameset page() is getting called




But in UI still it is coming "undefined" .

Can anybody please help me out..
 
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I'm not sure what you mean by " In the UI it is only showing "undefined"". You don't show the JSP, so we can't help diagnose a JSP problem.

Struts 2 has absolutely nothing to do with framesets. Do your actions work on their own, i.e. if you just call them manually? Are you using JavaScript in the pages?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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