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how to use ajax with struts?

 
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i want to learn how to use ajax with struts?
 
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And the question is? Have you selected an AJAX library yet? Are you looking for some specific information?
 
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I suggest you to start using DWR. By registering DWR servlet in web.xml, you can start using it right away. DWR is independent of frameworks like struts. You can use it with any other frameworks too. If you want highly user rich application, you can use DWR with Dojo ( Javascript LIbrary for Ajax) for manipulating data.
 
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