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Struts2 + GWT

 
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HI all,

I have been trying to integrate the Struts2 with GWT. In my Action class i am able to send the response to GWT. But my problem is that say i have a text box an a button, on click of a button it hits comes to my struts Action then here i have the request and response. Now how do i query this request object for the values entered in the text box of the GWT.

Can some one please explain.

ps :- I dont wanna use RPC.

Thank you
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Please be sure to ask Struts questions in the Struts forum. I have moved this post there for you.
 
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Normally one wouldn't query the request directly, but instead would use the normal S2 request/action property functionality. Is there a reason you can't or won't do that?
 
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