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global forward in struts

 
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Hi,
i have a doubt. consider the following struts config entry

<global-forwards>
<forward name="failure" path="/common/jsp/error.jsp"/>
</global-forwards>

<action path="/test"
type="TestAction"
name="TestForm"
input="/jsp/Test.jsp>
<forward name="failure" path="nextpage.jsp"/>

and my action class returns mapping.finForward("failure");

my doubt is which forward will be invoked.. global or local ??
 
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Which one is being invoked in your application now?
 
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forgive me, actually i did n't check it...

i just want to know how global forward and local forwards are managed in struts.
 
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