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Struts 1.X Vs Stuts 2.0

 
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Hi
I would like to know which version of Struts should be used.
Struts 1.x or struts 2.0.

Is Struts 2.0 is matured so much that we can use it???
 
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Struts 2.0 is an adoption of WebWork framework from OpenSymphony and has been around for a long time now. The new framework is flexible and includes built in feature like interceptor, pojo based action classes. Moreover the action classes are not tied down to the HttpRequest & HttpResponse cycles. It also supports features like Ioc using pluggable frameworks like Spring, Guice, Plexus. There is a built in Ajax support using Dojo. On the negative side the documentation is poorly organized and getting help on advanced features of the OGNL language is diffcult.
 
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