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I have some pages that are very simple and dont need actionsupport to use execute or prepare. Those pages I think creating a java file would be overkill so I just use a bean and grab what I need. I have noticed that the stack trace shows messages such as:
The default value expression '/login/login' was evaluated and did not match a property. The literal value '/login/login' will be used.
It appears to me that any page I have mapped that I dont have an action for throws an error. Its not a fatal error but its logged. Is there any way to tell the struts that just because I have mapped an extension such as .html or .jsp it doesnt neccessarly mean I have an action for it?