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I'm currently using spring in one of my projects that I'm doing. Now Struts 2 has come into the picture as our Software architect said that its one of things that we could use in our project. I was hoping if someone could help me better understand how to tie up Spring and Struts 2 together. BTW were also using Hibernate that's tied up with Spring. So any help would really be appreciated

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Originally posted by DJ Corpuz:
I'm currently using spring in one of my projects that I'm doing. Now Struts 2 has come into the picture as our Software architect said that its one of things that we could use in our project. I was hoping if someone could help me better understand how to tie up Spring and Struts 2 together. BTW were also using Hibernate that's tied up with Spring. So any help would really be appreciated

Thanks!




i've used spring for service-layer, hibernate for the data-layer and struts 2 for handling the front end. there should be some example of spring with struts 2 in the examples. keep your hibernate configuration working with spring and you're on your way. struts 2 does use injection like spring

have a look here as a guide: http://struts.apache.org/2.x/docs/struts-2-spring-2-jpa-ajax.html

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Spring is the default DI container for WebWork2 (which is the biological father of Struts2), so your investment in Spring & Hibernate is safe.
http://struts.apache.org/2.x/docs/struts-2-spring-2-jpa-ajax.html
 
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