Is there a java equivalent to ruby gems? I understand that a java jar file is similar, but is there an equivalent java technology where you can download a library from a central repository, have it resolve any dependencies, and install it for you automatically?
Is it possible to have the action attribute of the <html:form> be dynamic? My issue is this. I'm using tiles for a page that has 4 common parts and 1 specific part. I want to reuse this page 7 times and swap out the specific part each time. My problem is that it contains a form which starts within the first common part. So, I would like to figure out a way to make the action attribute contain a dynamic target based on which page I'm on. Is that possible?
It appears like the client lost connection or the connection dropped sometime during the protocol handshaking. Since HTTPS is a stateful protocol (a connection is maintained between the browser and the server) it will perform worse than standard HTTP. It appears that this problem is aggravating that.
It looks like that problem is not related to using the Struts custom-tag. But for future reference you do need to add the directive to the page to reference the tag as well as a reference to it in web.xml.
As for this problem, try putting another file in there that is static (html, image, etc) and hitting that. Or try just browsing the directory.