Meh: personally, I'd look elsewhere. I'm not sure if they're doing a date/time thing for the new jQuery plugin, though--if they are, I'd consider that since it's likely to be supported for some time. (See )
 We really just got rid of the Dojo tags because the Dojo API changed so much between 0.4.3 and 1.0 and the amount of work was a bit overwhelming.
I was talking about the official Struts 2 jQuery plugin (currently in the sandbox, maybe?) and I don't know which, if any, widgets it includes out-of-the-box.
I do, however, believe that the plugin you're talking about has a "jqueryui" attribute that needs to be set for the datepicker to work, if I'm reading the example correctly:I might be misunderstanding what that attribute does, though.
Edit: Based on the info here, I'd say I'm guessing right.
But to answer your question, no, I haven't used it.
Well, the official one is still only quasi-official (that may have changed--I've been out-of-the-loop for the last couple of months). IIRC some of the features of the Google code one are being baked in to the official release, but I'm not sure. The struts-user list would be the best place to look for info about all that.
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