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DispatchAction Problem in Struts 1.3.10

 
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I have downloaded struts 1.3.10 and begin to write a DispatchAction and to my surprise, the package org.apache.struts.actions itself is not present in struts-core-1.3.10.jar.
Whether I can't use DispatchAction? Please help on it? I have an existing application with struts 1.2 and want to convert it to struts 1.3.10 without much code changes and this DispatchAction is eating my time and I need to find any more surprises aree awaitinf.
 
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The DispatchAction is considered an "extra", so it's in struts-extras-1.3.10.jar.

The other surprise is that you will have to change the URLs for your Struts taglib definitions. Example:
 
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How can we get to know this URL.
 
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Hi Gayan,
I prefer to have the respective tld files in my application and have the same configured. example
 
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gayan sukumal wrote:How can we get to know this URL.



You can know the URL from tld file...Open the tld file and check the url in there....
 
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