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vin Hari
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Hello all,
please tell can we run struts in tomcat server or not which is the best server to use always and why please solve this problem
Rama Krishna Ghanta
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You can run Struts on Tomcat Server.More over that would be a great combination as both Struts and Tomcat are from the same Vendor "Apache".

vin Hari
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Hello all,
Thank you for reply Please tell me how to start struts which is the good web-site for the beginners.
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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So, you want to get knee deep in Struts, eh?

I have a few tutorials on how to put a Struts application together on my website. I use the eclipse tooling/WSAD to demonstrate the concepts, be even if you're not using the tool, all the same Struts concepts apply.

The tutorials cover creating actions, form handling, error processing, and internationalization with Struts:

Free Multimedia Tutorials on Basic and Beginning Struts Development

Also, there are a few good books out there on Struts, all released in the last year or so, that might also help you get started.

The complete Struts reference, second edition, was just released, although it is a bit complex for a beginner. Still, it has great material:

Struts: The Complete Reference, 2nd Edition

If you combine the reference with Struts in Action, I think you'll be in really good shape:

Struts in Action: Building Web Applications with the Leading Java Framework by Ted Husted, Cedric Dumoulin, George Franciscus, David Winterfeldt, Craig R. McClanahan

Happy Struts!

-Cameron McKenzie
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