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General Struts Question

 
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Hi ,I'm a newbie to struts,As far as big firms are concerned they do not want to use struts because of maintenance problems,is it true,why do we go in for struts when there is plain old jsp to do the job?.
 
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Mike,
What maintenance problems? Do you mean that you have developers that know Struts?
I work for a big firm and we use Struts. While JSP can do the job, Struts provides a lot of extra features (validation, control flow, error handling, ...) I think it would be much harder to develop a large application with plain JSP.
 
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Thanks Jeanne
 
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