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Struts MVC support in JSR 286

 
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Hi All,

I have a simple question for you guys...
Do we have Struts MVC support with JSR 286? Like one we have as Struts portlet for JSR168...

I understand that we can opt for JSF ..but just a confirmation if there exists struts(MVC) (not webFramework)support for JSR 286.

Ot put it other way, what design consideration should i take to design a Portlet web application (heavy on forms)using JSR 286 and Websphere 6.1?

Require immediate suggestions..
Thanks in advance,
Dipankar
 
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JSR286 does not support the struts mvc framework.

As the JSR286 speaks more about event processing for IPC it is always better to go for the Faces portlets.

You can even choose Basic Portlets, as you said there are lot of forms involved, but you don't want to do the old servlet style processing any more I guess.

so JSF would make it easy for you with simple drag n drop UI componenets to make your forms.
 
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JSR286 for Struts 2 is in the works. You can find an experimental version of the Struts 2 Portlet 2 plugin at http://boss.bekk.no/display/BOSS/Struts+2+Portlet+2.0+Plugin

For Struts 1, I'm not aware of any JSR286 support.
 
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