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hello all,

I am very new to struts and I have some work related to struts in my project. What is the best way to learn struts and which are the very good books to learn it?

I have to make few modifications in the existing code.
please help me..and answer to my question.

thanks,
trupti
 
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I only started using struts in the last few weeks and I used the book "Struts in Action" and a tutorial at the following link for practice.

http://www.isabelle-hurbain.com/doc/index.en.htm
 
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thanks a lot..

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I have been using struts for about 2 years and the best advice that I can give is to grab a tutorial online and develop something small. If you do that, you will be able to see how everything fits together, actions, forms, jsp's etc. Then once you have a decent understanding, get a good struts book, it will make it easier to understand.
I started with the book and found it very confusing, so I just jumped in. I admit there wasn't very much good information back then to consult, the best resources were user groups. I am sure the books have gotten a lot better but the best way to learn is hands on.
 
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trupti, you might like to mosey on over to the JavaRanch Bunkhouse, where we've listed a number of reviews made by JavaRanchers on various Struts books.

Also, towards the top of this forum, notice the links to two JavaRanch Journal articles that introduce Struts.
 
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"Struts in Action" is a good book but has some flaws.
There is a new free book "Jakarta-Struts Live" that you can download the pdf for free at serverside.com.
 
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Link of Struts Book

1. Struts in Action : example chapter at
http://www.manning.com/catalog/view.php?book=husted&item=chapters



2. Jakarta Struts Live
http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=26247

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