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I have heard that most real world Java projects are done using Struts.
Although it is necessary to understand JSP and Servlets to use Struts, very few projects use JSP and Servlets as the technology.
Is this true?
 
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Struts uses MVC II model. According to that there also servlets are used. So we cannot conclude web applications are without servlets or jsp.

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Servlets and JSPs are the foundation and Struts is just a framework. To build good web applications one needs to understand the HTTP paradigm and its concepts.
 
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Originally posted by Sunil Chandurkar:
Is this true?



No.

@Veeresh There is no MVC 2. I guess you mean JSP Model 2 (architecture).
 
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@Sony Yes you are right! Sorry i got confused !!

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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