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Directory structure of a struts application

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Hi All:

Please ignore my previous post which was added by mistake.

I am a newbie to Struts.When creating a new project..

Should the struts.jar always be WEB-INF/lib/ ???
Should all the tld files be in WEB-INF ???

I am using eclipse IDE and JBoss.Eclipse allows a user to add libraries that are used to compile the classes.So if i add struts.jar at that time do i still need to have WEB-INB/lib/struts.jar ??

Any links for learning struts is appreciated.

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See the IDEs like eclipse and all will use the jars only for its okay if u place even outside the tomcat but while running the application its mandatory that u should place the jars in web-inf/lib r atleats tomcats common/lib

and coming to TLDs its not mandatory that u should keep them directly under web-inf u can keep anywhere in the webapplication but u need tyo define that in ur web.xml and even in the jsp pages where ever u use that tld

hope u got what i am saying
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