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is there any ajax based datagrid component around?

 
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hi good day, is there any ajax based of datagrid component around for struts? thank you
 
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Hi,
I googled with "AJAX datagrid struts" and found some interesting links.

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Originally posted by Susanta Chatterjee:
Hi,
I googled with "AJAX datagrid struts" and found some interesting links.

- Susanta



Interesting!! much like .NET.

but another question popup in my mind, Does Ajax compete with JSF?
Should we wait until / use JSF (data-grid) component instead?

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tony
 
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IMHO, Ajax does not compete with JSF. AJAX is primarily a front-end technology , whereas JSF is a server-side solution to build presentation layer. They are complementary to each other.

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Ajax and JSF are complimentary to each other. In fact, I think Sun has released quite a few Ajax-enabled JSF components.
 
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I think now the hot trend is using Ajax with JSF instead of struts.
 
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From Ryan "
Ajax and JSF are complimentary to each other. In fact, I think Sun has released quite a few Ajax-enabled JSF components."

Can you pass the link for the same ?

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Sapna Grover
 
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