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Struts1.1,Struts1.2,Struts1.3

 
Phillipe Rodrigues
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I started reading Struts and worked out on MyEclipse6.0.1 yesterday about how to used the IDE for Struts.

I want to know that Struts1.1,Struts1.2,Struts1.3 refer to:
Is it that for the above the jar files to be downloaded are different.if so let me know.

I downloaded Struts 1.3.9 .zip from apache but not anble to proceed because of the above doubt.
 
Anubhav Anand
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Originally posted by neel mehra:
I started reading Struts and worked out on MyEclipse6.0.1 yesterday about how to used the IDE for Struts.

I want to know that Struts1.1,Struts1.2,Struts1.3 refer to:
Is it that for the above the jar files to be downloaded are different.if so let me know.

I downloaded Struts 1.3.9 .zip from apache but not anble to proceed because of the above doubt.


I don't much understand what you want, but, indeed Struts1.1,Struts1.2,Struts1.3 are all different versions of struts and have subtle differnces in them.

Well, if you are using MyEclipse 6.x then you can get the support for all versions of struts (without bothering to download the jar file).

Just make a new web-project--->right click on project--->MyEclipse----> Add Struts Capabilities. Here choose whatever version of Struts you want to work with.
[ March 05, 2008: Message edited by: Anubhav Anand ]
 
Brent Sterling
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Right...the major releases of the Struts 1.x line are 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 with an additional number to indicate a release or patch number. If you are starting a new project then I don't see any reason not to use the latest version. Looks like 1.3.8 is the latest production quality release and 1.3.9 is in beta state, but you should be fine to go with either.

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