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migrating to a newer version of struts

 
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Hi,

I recently took over the maintenance of a old project which is using struts 1.0. The project is running fine without any glitches. I want to upgrade the project to a newer version of struts.

My question is can I do it without rewriting the whole application.
 
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Why do you want to migrate the application to a newer version? Is there some business requirement that can't be implemented? Or, has the performance of the application degraded to unacceptable levels?

Migrating to Struts 1.3 should be relatively easy. However, there should be a significant reason for the upgrade. Aside from your personal feelings, that is.
 
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Please take the time to choose the correct forum for your posts. This forum is for questions on JSP.

For more information, please read this.

This post has been moved to a more appropriate forum.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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