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Struts2 - Single action class vs. multiple action classes

Mellamo ashish
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Joined: Aug 15, 2011
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I've configured my application with Struts2, there are two ways through which I can write my action classes. First is that I write one single action class and write multiple methods for each action in that class, another one is to write separate action classes as per the module and business concerns.

I need the suggestions from everyone for and against using any specific approach.
 
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