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How to write and implement a userdefined plugin class in struts

Raaja Gotluru
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Hi,

Please help me in writing and implementing a userdefined plugin class in struts.

With that class I want to create a folder at the startup of our application we are developing.

Thanks n regards,
raaja
Joe Ess
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Have you looked at the Struts Documentation?
Struts plugins are used to extend the framework (for example, to provide REST support). It sounds like what you want to do is provide application-level functionality. I would probably use a ServletContextListener to take care of any application setup tasks.


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