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struts tutor needed asap, Denver, WILL PAY

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I'm on the typical project with fast deadlines and creeping requirements. I need a one-page jsp form. you can either make a new entry or search an oracle db to see if the name already exists. when a name is clicked in the search results it populates the other fields with the rest of the information. Familiarity with eclipse and easy struts a plus.
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If you go through site you can learn struts very easily. Only you need to understand how a struts program will work. is another site which is helpful and orelly's jakarta struts book is also very helpful.I had follwed that one and learnt .
the program which you have to delevop is very simple if you use struts
hope you can do this
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There are a lot of Struts Tutorials online.
Just go to google and search for "Struts Tutorial".
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