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jose chiramal
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Can someone suggest good links to learn the following :

struts html tags
struts bean tags
struts message tags
struts logic tags

Any help would be greatly appreciated
 
Pushkar Choudhary
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jose chiramal wrote:Can someone suggest good links to learn the following :

struts html tags
struts bean tags
struts message tags
struts logic tags

Which version of Struts?
 
David Newton
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Obviously Struts 1, which leads to my real question--why are you learning Struts 1? Unless it's for a job, there's very little reason to do this, unless it's just for historical value.
 
Shobhit Khandelwal
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Struts in Action(Manning)
Struts Survival Guide
Mastering Jakarta Struts
These are some good books on Struts 1.0 which explains tags with examples.
For specific information about some tag, use google and you'll find your answer with some good example too.
 
jose chiramal
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Thanks to all who replied. It really helped.
 
jose chiramal
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Hi David, what do you mean by "why are you learning Struts 1?". Are you trying to say that Struts 2 is better than Struts1 ?

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Well, yeah--if it wasn't, why bother releasing it?

But the more important point is that Struts 1 is *very* old (nearly a decade), and is not recommended for new development. Java development has progressed well beyond what it has to offer, and there are many *substantially* better Java web frameworks available now (including, but not limited to, Struts 2, Spring MVC, and so on).
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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