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Filipe G. Miranda

Joined: May 20, 2013
Posts: 7
Hello Good Night!

Congratulations for this so wonderful forum.

I am working in a Struts 1 Projetct. This Project contains many JSP Forms, ActionForms and ActionForwards.

Now I need to develop 2 more pages, but these ones must be in GWT.

How may I do That, create new pages, using GWT and the existing BO's, and DAO's?

I d like to have the GWT page and the formbean and action forward to work with the DAO's.

Lekh Raj

Joined: May 20, 2013
Posts: 2
It should not be too difficult.
I suggest you go over the simple tutorial that teaches how to make GUI in GWT to start with.

Also you can continue to use your existing BO's & DAO as it is.

I would recommend you to use UiBinder for creating GUI as it is very useful in separating UI with business logic.
Filipe G. Miranda

Joined: May 20, 2013
Posts: 7
I d like to use the context of struts (The session request.getSession().getAttribute("test"); )

For example, I will need to get the Company code, and the user code from the session.


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