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Hello,

Can anyone please help me in understanding what exactly ActionProxy in Struts 2 does?


Thanks in advance.
 
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The JavaDoc says:

ActionProxy is an extra layer between XWork and the action so that different proxies are possible.
An example of this would be a remote proxy, where the layer between XWork and the action might be RMI or SOAP.



It sounds like it is part of the glue between XWork and Struts 2. It doesn't sound like an "end user" class. What are you trying to do?
 
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