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Strust survival guide, is it for me?

 
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hi:
I am new to struts. I bought a book about struts, and I found it not very helpful. Is this book fro struts beginners, or for advanced?
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Purely out of curiosity, which book did you find "not so good" (and why)?
 
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hi Lasse:
the bookd i got is Mastering Jakarta Struts by James Goodwill. The reason I found the book not helpful for me is I found it very shallow. It shows you how make things work, but doesn't explain how it works. As I read the book, many quistion rise in my mind, and the bood doesn't provide answers.
 
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