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Learning Struts

 
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Guys - What is the best way to learn struts any good book - sugestions.
I find it particularly tough to undersatand the form controls - specially the Select box(Drop down box) - populating it with data from database by iterating.
Is there any book that explains these concepts in details.
Also any good and friendly editor for Struts.
 
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here's one: http://www.reumann.net/struts/main.do
 
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Net is the best resource to get on. If you want to stick to books then have a look at Complete Reference Struts book. Try to work by taking small examples, it will really create confidence in you. Hope this helps you.
 
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Hi Gary

This might interest you Apache Struts Resources. There are links to books, tutorials etc.

Cheers
Steve
[ October 28, 2005: Message edited by: Steve McCann ]
 
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Thanks - I think the struts resources link is good.
Stutting with struts link is also good.I had a peep into iBatis there for data mapping also.
 
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