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Strut state full or stateless

pankaj semwal
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Hi,
Is Strut state full or stateless.


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David Newton
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Are you asking if actions are thread-safe? Which version of Struts are you asking about?
pankaj semwal
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I asking about all the version of strut i.e strut1.1/1.2 and strut2.0
David Newton
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Struts 1 creates an action-per-mapping, so they're similar to servlets. Struts 2 creates an action-per-request.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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