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I have a legacy Struts application, and I want to use Strut for all legacy pages and Wicket for a new one.
So I made the project, it works as a standalone context with Tomcat, Wicket is a Filter of course, so nothing should prevent me logically from using both Struts as a Servlet & Wicket as a Filter in the same Tomcat container.
Wicket relevant code is:
public class TEST_Application extends WebApplication
// Wicket method which allows to initialize the Web Application
public void init()
// Keep windows titles tidy