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How to configure Struts framework?

IN WebSphere.....?



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amit bhadre



 
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Hi Amit,

Struts can be deployed like a normal web application we deploy in tomcat/weblogic/websphere

Create the following directories in the WEB-INF folder

a. Tlds
b. lib

place struts-config.xml and web.xml in the WEB-INF folder

keep all the struts related jars into lib folder

keep all the tlds files which come with struts in Tlds folder

make an entry for tlds in web.xml file as this is important

keep the above WEB-INF folder along with the jsps and other files in the webserver folder of websphere.
 
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Amit,

Websphere has built-in support for Struts (believe currently supports 1.1 in RAD 6.0)

Check this tutorial out for further information.

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/techjournal/0302_fung/fung.html

Good luck.

Dhawal
 
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