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WebSphere 5.1 and struts

Naina Si
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Is there any built-in support for Struts in WSAD 5.1.2? If so what version of struts is available? or In order to work with struts in any application, do i have to download any jar files from net?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Yes. WSAD 5.1.2 provides support for Struts 1.1.

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Naina Si
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Thank you for the response. Do you have any sample appln i can use to look at the structure of struts. Appreciate it.
Lasse Koskela

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The Struts binary distribution comes with a couple of sample applications packaged as WAR files under "webapps". If you don't like those, I'm pretty sure you can find something online if you Google for a while. There's also Equinox and AppFuse although they might be a tad bit confusing, mixing all those cool frameworks together...

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