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Jignesh Patel
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I found Struts 2.x has major changes, they have integrated webflow.

Does any body tries to use that how is the experience?
 
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I thought this topic will lead to lot of curious discussion!!!
 
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Jignesh Bhai,

It is not webflow, it is Webwork. Struts 2.x is merged with Webwork project.


I found Struts 2.x has major changes, they have integrated webflow
 
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Originally posted by Anil Kumar Saha:


It is not webflow, it is Webwork. Struts 2.x is merged with Webwork project.


Webwork is a framework which is mainly intended to provide webflows.
Struts 2.x supports webflow as it is integrated with webwork, but not struts 1.x.

Here is what Webwork webflow is:

"WebWork dataflow environment, or WebFlow, allows WebWork users to design, run, test and monitor coarsegrain applications by directly assembling and interacting with the active visual graphs that represent compute-web topology."
[ November 26, 2007: Message edited by: Jignesh Patel ]
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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