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Alan Hermin
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Joined: Feb 16, 2006
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hi ranchers....

i would to know how memory hit that struts make ,because :when i am submitting to action----(populate FormBean)--->then this action forward to another action.........etc; Is This normal issue or negative issue ?

thanks
Merrill Higginson
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Joined: Feb 15, 2005
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Struts Action classes are multi-threaded classes, which means that there is only one copy of each action in memory. Therefore, having one action forward to another action does not have a negative effect on performance. In my experiene, using the Struts framework to create a J2EE web application does not make it run faster or slower than any other J2EE web application.


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