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Switching the underlaying Ajax framework in Struts2

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi.
WebWork2 employs Dojo toolkit as the underlaying Ajax framework.
What about Struts2? does it use Dojo too?
Is it possible to switch to another Ajax toolkit (jQuery for example)?
Thanks.
Don Brown
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Yes, Struts 2 provides AJAX tags that use Dojo under the covers. However, there is nothing stopping you from using any other Javascript framework - just don't use the Struts 2 AJAX tags. In fact, Struts 2 users have developed plugins to provide extra integration with other Javascript libraries such as the YUI plugin: http://cwiki.apache.org/S2PLUGINS/yui-plugin.html
 
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