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Hello
Iam new to struts and want to learn & practise.
Please can anyone let me know what is the best way to go about this. ie.. which app/web server I have to install and try this.
Also please let me know if there is any other framework which is widely used compared to struts as of today and is it worthwhile learning...

Thanks
 
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IDE: Eclipse
Server: Tomcat
DB? : Mysql
 
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In answer to your last question, you might also look into Java Server Faces (JSF). This is the hot new kid on the block. It's not as mature or stable as struts, but it has some powerful features for integrating server-side and client-side code into a single control.
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