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hello all,

I am new to struts.
Where can I find all the methods available in the action servlet class and also all the taglibs available in struts?

thanks,
trupti
 
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The Struts javadocs are available at http://struts.apache.org/api/index.html and you can see the taglib "API" under the "Developer Guides" section in the Struts User's Guide (click on one of the guides and then select the "XXX Taglib API Reference" link)
 
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You can deploy struts-documentation.war in your container and open http://localhost:8080/struts-documentation on the browser.
 
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[/b]Document of Struts tag-lib [/b]

%STRUTS_DIR%/webapps/struts-exercise-taglib.war

It's good document.
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