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mallikarjun dontamsetti
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Hi all, i am new to struts i try to learn struts 1.3 (later want to move to 2.0). So i started reading some books like "struts in action". I know little-bit about hibernate(bean class having annotation). My doubt is if i want to integrate struts and hibernate in a project. Is my form has two difference bean classes(one is for struts and one is for hibernate)
 
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Unless you have specific reasons to learn Struts, I would advise not to. Struts 1 is dead, and Struts 2 never gained anything like the traction Struts 2 had. If you want to learn a request/response-oriented framework, check out frameworks like Spring MVC and Stripes. For examples of event-oriented frameworks, have a look at JSF 2 (*not* JSF 1) or Apache Wicket.
 
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if you are going to learn struts straight ahead start with struts2 if have knowledge of servlet and jsp technology in java then don't waste time on struts1.3
 
mallikarjun dontamsetti
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Unless you have specific reasons to learn Struts, I would advise not to.

There is no special reason at present i am developing application in servlets and jsp and jdbc/Hibernate. I want to learn new technologies for which i get a good job opportunity.
 
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