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Is this book right for beginners?

 
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Hello

I have zero experience with Struts. IS this book right for me? What proficiency level should I have in Java?

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I'll second this question (instead of asking the same in a new thread)
 
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You don't need prior knowledge of Struts 1, but you do need to know OOP and Java. Knowing the Servlet API is definitely a plus even though a Struts programmer rarely has to write a servlet anymore. JSP is optional because Struts 2 supports other technologies for the view.
 
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