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Is struts good or bad?

 
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I have only been working with struts for a couple months, and it does seem useful although some of the implementations of logic seem constricting. Example, why can you only have one form bean for a action? How for instance would you submit one small set of data to a action, and then have that action post to a jsp that gathers different data? I have to have the same FormBean hold the data for both pages even though the data from the first page is not needed after the second page?? One other question.... Does tiles, or struts have any support for framesets, other then what basic HTML gives you?
 
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Yes, the common way of implementing workflows with Struts is by using a single FormBean for multiple HTML forms.
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