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struts 2 with netbeans /Eclipse

 
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hi,

I want to work on struts 2 but i m not able to get any IDE/ plugins to use struts2, netbeans is giving struts 1.2.9 version. Can anybody help me. Please

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Both NetBeans and Eclipse can be used to develop Struts 2 applications without any special plugins. Just import the struts-blank-2.0.11.war file into either IDE and you have a struts 2 environment ready for development. In the case of Eclipse, just make sure you downloaded the Java EE version of Eclipse 3.3.
 
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