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DispatchAction Class missing in struts 1.3.10

 
Harsha Bandaru
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Hi,
I am trying to run my application developed in struts 1.2.x to struts 1.3.10
In my application i have a tiles header in which i have 3 links which have a method parameter as <a href="SideBar.do?method=home">Home</a>
and in my Sidebar.java class when i am trying to override the execute method by extending the org.apache.struts.actions.DispatchAction
I found that there is no org.apache.struts.actions in my struts-core.1.3.10.jar

How can i find the org.apache.struts.actions class in struts-core.1.3.10.jar

Thanks in advance
 
David Newton
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You can't; it's not in core, it's in extras.
 
Harsha Bandaru
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Hello David,
Thanks for your reply but where can i find this extras.
I've imported the struts-blank.war in my project i could not find the extras jar file.
Can you please tell me where can i find the extras

Thanks
 
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In the Struts 1.3.10 download.
 
Harsha Bandaru
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Thank You David
I found the jar and i am able to run my application
Thanks once again
 
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Glad you worked it out :)
 
Abubacker Siddik
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Hey i have the same problem now. But hopefully you gave the clue to solve this. Thanks David.
 
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