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Can I use struts 2 Action and struts 1 JSP file?

 
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If I change Action class to struts 2 and keep using struts 1 JSP file?

Is it possible? Will it work?
 
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Did you try it?  My wild guess would be that it would not work.  The two versions of Struts are very different code bases, including the JSP tag libraries.
 
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Joe Ess wrote:Did you try it?  My wild guess would be that it would not work.  The two versions of Struts are very different code bases, including the JSP tag libraries.



Well I didnt' try exactly this, but other way round I tried.

Struts 1 Action class
Struts 2 JSP

And it works...But at this moment I am facing another problem.

I am setting attribute in ACtion class into request, which I am not able to display on the JSP



JSP CODE
 
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It's been a long time since I worked with Struts, but I don't know that you can do this:

The way I understand it, the "value" attribute is supposed to be name of a getter in the action class.  The tag documentation has several examples or this example.  
 
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