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hi,
i have a sound knowledge of core java concepts and java networking API's
also i know servlets and JSP but now the requirement is to leanr Struts framework...

please you guys guide me how to go through about learning struts....

anyway refer to the books i can study to learn struts i had already read bokks by head first authors on "Head First Java" and "Head First Servlets and JSP"...
please reply urgently..

take care all
 
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This e-book is a (good/free) place to start learning Struts.

http://www.theserverside.com/books/sourcebeat/JakartaStrutsLive/index.tss

If you want to buy a book :-
Options are -
1.Oreilly - Programming Jakarta Struts
2.Professional Struts - Wrox
3.Struts in Action - Manning

Hope it helps.
 
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Struts in Action (manning) and Pro Jakarta Struts (apress) are a couple of good books on Struts.
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