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Validation using struts

 
Nutan Agrawal
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I have to use struts validations in my jsp-servlet project,
I am confused where to start, i am using NetBeans 5.5
Already a lot of part has been done, but now we have to use struts validation, please help
 
Ivan Ivanic
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do you think this is the right forum to post such a question???
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Nutan Agrawal
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I think this is a struts forum.
Can anybody suggest me some better forum, if this is not good
for struts related queries
 
Doug Slattery
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Hi Nutan,

Maybe this might help...

Aloha,
Doug

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Merrill Higginson
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You can't use the Struts Validator framework without incorporating Struts into your project at least to some degree. If you want to preserve your project as a plain JSP/Servlet application, I'd recommend that you use the Apache Commons Validator. Since the Struts Validator itself is based on the Apache Commons Validator, you'll get a lot of the same features without having to incorporate Struts into your project.
 
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