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Actually I want to learn struts. It is totally core for me. Someone told me that it has two version or type strust 1 or strust 2. Which should i learn strust1 or strust2. Please suggest me good book for that also. One more thing, is it mandatory that for learning complete strust i have to frist learn strust1 then strust 2 or i can direct learn strust 2.

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First of all you should learn the correct spelling of "Struts", and not "Strust" and as it is repeated multiple time in your post, I don't think its mistake. Second, you can learn Struts 2 directly, S1 and S2 are two different version which has merely any relation with each other (though both follow MVC2) and I'm not supposed to suggest you good book, because myself has no knowledge of it.
 
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Dear Sagar Rohankar,

Thank you very much for your reply and telling to me my spelling mistake in struts word. Which Struts should i learn S1 or S2 job point of view. If i learn S2 directly without any knowledge of S1, will in interview they not ask question related to S1.


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ratan lal wrote:Which Struts should i learn S1 or S2 job point of view. If i learn S2 directly without any knowledge of S1, will in interview they not ask question related to S1.


Struts 2 is much more advanced than Struts 1, so I would say that you learn Struts 2. No prior knowledge of Struts 1 is required to learn Struts 2. If you go for a job where they require you to know Struts 2, they won't ask you any questions from Struts 1, and if they ask any Struts 1 question, you can say that you learned Struts 2 directly, that shouldn't hurt your job prospects...
 
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And I can't say anything about book, but to get started, Struts Project site is there.
 
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The Struts FAQ has a list of books on both Struts 1 and 2...
 
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Sagar Rohankar wrote:S1 and S2 are two different version which has merely any relation with each other (though both follow MVC2)



Hi Sagar,

By the way : there is nothing called MVC2 .infact Design2 pattern is called as MVC not MVC2
 
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seetharaman venkatasamy wrote:

Sagar Rohankar wrote:S1 and S2 are two different version which has merely any relation with each other (though both follow MVC2)


there is nothing called MVC2 .infact Design2 pattern is called as MVC not MVC2


Yes, I mixed up the two terms: JSP Model 2 & MVC.
http://struts.apache.org/1.3.10/userGuide/introduction.html#history

Thanks, I corrected my post.
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