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hi,
I would like to learn struts1.1 can any one suggest good book for that.
Thanks alot
 
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We've reviewed a couple of older Struts books in the J2EE section of Bunkhouse. If I would be looking for a Struts book today, I'd at least read through the Amazon.com reviews for Programming Jakarta Struts (2nd edition) and Struts: The Complete Reference.

Also, this week's promotion book, Struts Programming and Design, has a promising-looking table of contents.
 
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