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This is the FAQ page for Struts related things.

NOTE: The Struts 1.x web framework has reached its end of life and is no longer officially supported.
Read the announcement here

There are now two very distinct and different versions of Struts, generally referred to as Struts 1 and Struts 2. Because Struts has been around for many years, when someone says "Struts" without qualifying it, they generally mean Struts 1. When Struts 2 was born, while it kept the concept of a central controller, it departed from Struts 1 in a lot of important ways such as the use of a Servlet filter instead of a Servlet, and a completely different JSP tag library. If you'd like to know more about the differences between Struts 1 and Struts 2, see this link.

Note: Eric put together a handy way to EscapeHtml for posting in the forums

For all other questions, click on the respective links for Struts 1 or Struts 2 below:


  • Struts1Faq
  • Struts2Faq


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