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normally I associate an action with a form-bean in the action-mapping,
can I just call an action without providing an action-mapping? or can I associate an action with a path but without a bean associated?
thanks in advance
 
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Sorry I found out that I can use an action-mapping without specifying a form-bean... so my question is answered. another question arises:

can I use global-forward in a local forward's path?
for example:
<global-forwards >
<forward name="logon" path="/Login.jsp"/>

</global-forwards>

<action path="/view" type="com.xxxxxx">
<forward name="success" path="/logon"/>
</action>

the way it is now, it doesn't work,
does the forward path needs to be the actual path to the file name?
thanks in advance
 
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The path of the forward atg should be either another action r a jsp.it cant look for anothe forward
 
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