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Struts or OAF?

 
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I am starting a new project and it has been suggested to use OAF. After reading about it some it seems ok. How does it compare to STRUTS?

I am lean towards using struts because I know it and because it's more common. OAF does do somethings nice for you but I dont like the fact that I am using some components written by oracle. I prefer to write my own components or at least have the source code for third party components.

Any thoughts would be appreciated!
 
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Oracle Application Development Framework uses Struts for the Controller layer, so there may not be any conflict ....
 
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