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How To Use Struts In Eclipse

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I Have Been Assigned To New Project In Ma Company...... New To Struts And Eclipse. Can Any One Give Some Steps Or Links. How To Add StrutsFrame Work To Eclipse.And How To Develop Some Simple Application.Please Help Me.

I am Having Eclipse. : eclipse-jee-galileo-SR1-win32.
struts : struts-

Thanks in advance.
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While you can use a Struts plugin, you don't need to. More importantly is to read about Struts. Either a book or at
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You don't need to do anything to add it to Eclipse. Just make sure the S2 libraries get deployed with the rest of your required libraries (like Spring and Hibernate and their dependencies). I do believe MyEclipse now has S2 support; I don't know if they're bundling someone else's plugins or if they've developed their own.
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