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Mohammed Sardar.
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I have implemented a simple login concept using Struts in Netbeans. login.jsp is the login view page. I follow the below Tutorial from Netbeans Getting started Netbeans Struts. When we run this I get below error from Web browser. I follow from the tutorial and struck here. I investigated and the tag seems to be fine. Anyting wrong here. Please give me a helping hand.

org.apache.jasper.JasperException: An exception occurred processing JSP page /login.jsp at line 24



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You created the ActionForm class, right?
 
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Don't use Struts 1 if you can at all avoid it: It's dead. There are much better and easier to use frameworks out there.
That said, I tried going through the tutorial you linked to and it appears to work for me.  If you don't see anything obvious rereading the tutorial, post your source code and the complete stack trace of the error you are seeing.
 
Mohammed Sardar.
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"There are much better and easier to use frameworks out there."

When you say shall I start learning Spring MVC or Struts 2.x ? Would that worth ? Guidance needed please. Thank you for your time and effort....
 
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Ideally, you would make that decision by examining your requirements and choosing the framework that best matches them.  Alternatively, you could search and see what the internet says.  Looking at activity the Code Ranch, it appears Spring MVC is the most popular Java web framework at this time. 
 
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Joe, did you mean "Spring MVC"? I don't see Swing as being a web framework at all.
 
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Joe, I think you meant Spring MVC. Swing is a desktop GUI, not a web GUI.

Struts 2 just had a severe security alert issued, so it's a good idea to make sure that you have the latest security fixes. Then again, the security of any J2EE webapp that implements a user-defined login process is about equal to that of a wet Kleenex even for advanced users.

I really wish that web framework textbooks would stop using user-defined logins as examples. J2EE has a perfectly good (and much) more secure login system of its own. 
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:Joe, did you mean "Spring MVC"? I don't see Swing as being a web framework at all.


Yes, corrected.
 
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