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what is the real world

Robin Ranga
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example for struts.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Robin,
Any web application can be a real world example. Can you clarify what you are trying to find out?


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Robin Ranga
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If any body ask how do you explain a financial web appliation to develop in struts. What would be the answer.
Merrill Higginson
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The fact that you are using Struts for a web application would make very little difference when you're designing it. You design a Struts financial application in exactly the same way you would design a non-struts financial application. You'd define use cases, map the navigation flow, draw class diagrams, etc. It's only when you got down to the detailed technical design that you would start defining action mappings, ActionForms, etc.

This link from Sourceforge has a lot of good "real world" examples of Struts applications that you can download.


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