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I've got a case where I need to have a website offer a "download results" link (i.e. return non-html dynamically created data). Normally I'd just used a DownloadAction, but the company is using Struts 1.1 (I know) and that feature doesn't exist.

My google-fu has failed me. How did people do this prior to Struts 1.2?

Thanks in advance
 
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Just do it the same way you would do it from a Servlet: Set the headers, Get the output stream from the HTTPServletResponse object and write your data to it. Then just return a null ActionForward from your execute method.
 
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