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struts2 and acegi

 
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I just started developing a new project with struts2. It's such an upgrade from struts 1!

Anyway, my question is about security. I'm reading a book (by apron -struts2) and it provides an example of acegi. The example is with spring and I wonder if spring is necessary to accomplish the task (* I never used spring before).

thanks for any comments

* if anyone used acegi before and can point to a dummy-example with strust2- THANK you in advance.
 
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Hi

Yes you have to use Spring framework.
not use in deep level even i am also working on Struts2 and now try to implement Acegi in my application.

so use spring only for Acegi implimentation
 
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