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Hi Craig,

In second edition, there is topic on integration with struts 2 . Are you going to elaborate more on it in this edition ?

It will be more helpful if you add separate chapter on it .
What do you think ?

Thanks.
 
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No, I'm afraid that I won't be covering the Struts integration stuff. As you know, the 2nd edition was quite long and that's because it attempted (and failed) to cover *EVERYTHING* about Spring. As I approached the 3rd edition, I knew that the goal of covering everything was even more impossible. So I set out to focus on the topics that I thought would be of interest to the majority of the readers. Struts didn't make the cut.

Besides...Struts 1 support was originally supposed to be removed from Spring 3. It somehow stayed in there after the final release...but it's eventually going to go away. As for Struts 2 integration, that might make a nice topic for a blog post, but my guess is that it probably doesn't appeal to the majority of readers. So, it will not be in SiA3.
 
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There's only a few pages in SiA2, anyway... IMO that kind of information doesn't belong in a Spring book, though, since it's really nothing to do directly with Spring.
 
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