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Topic: Struts

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Struts forwards are passed to Cocoon to be rendered in Cocoon XML pipelines.
Struts is a familiar and proven application framework and Cocoon is a very powerful and flexibile XML presentation technology.
Struts Flow is a port of Cocoon's Control Flow to Struts to allow complex workflow to be implemented using continuations-capable JavaScript.
struts.sourceforge.net   (848 words)

  jGuru: Struts FAQ Home Page
If you are using Struts 1.1, there is a roles attribute to the action mapping where you can specify standard JAAS roles.
In Struts 1.1, the Commons DBCP is used istead, which is a good candidate...
I'm in the process of converting a webapp to using struts, am trying to use "best" practices to make sure that I keep presentation split from business, and I was wondering what all of you experts do...
www.jguru.com /faq/Struts   (1083 words)

 Monroe Technical Support - What is a Strut?
The strut is a common damper type used on many of today's independent suspension, front wheel drive vehicles as well as some rear wheel drive vehicles.
Typically, struts consists of a coil spring to support the vehicle's weight, a strut housing to provide rigid structural support for the assembly, and a damping unit within the strut housing to control spring and suspension movement.
The lower spring seat is welded to the strut housing, while the upper spring seat is kept in place by the upper strut mount.
www.monroe.com /tech_support/tec_struts.asp   (602 words)

The project is called "Struts" because the framework is meant to furnish the "invisible underpinnings" that support professional application development.
Struts 1 is the best choice for teams who value proven solutions to common problems.
Struts 2 was originally known as WebWork 2.
struts.apache.org   (777 words)

 SourceBeat Title   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Struts project, an open-source project sponsored by the Apache Software Foundation, is a server-side Java implementation of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern.
The Struts project was originally created by Craig McClanahan in May 2000, but since that time it has been taken over by the open-source community.
Struts Live contains thorough coverage of both the Struts MVC architecture and building each of the Struts components of this architecture.
www.sourcebeat.com /TitleAction.do?id=3   (168 words)

Struts is a robust and powerful framework which promised scalability, separation of concerns and reusability.
Struts contributors have recently enhanced the project's core functionality and improved the view support, incorporating the Tiles view component framework to strengthen support for component-based development, to increase reuse, and to enhance consistency.
Struts is a thin MVC light weight framework and Expresso a full application development framework which complements Struts with additional components for developing database-driven web applications.
www.jspolympus.com /Struts/Struts.jsp   (5694 words)

 Manageability - It's Official, Struts is History!
Struts 1.x will continue to be actively developed for a long time still, maintaining the focus of backwards-compability.
Struts was a good thing when it came out, because it solved problems that were not solved in the Java webapp space before that.
Struts 2.0 is not necessary when the Struts 1.x continue their way to deliver backwards-compatible enhancements.
www.manageability.org /blog/stuff/official-struts-demise   (997 words)

 Download a Release
Apache Struts 2 is an elegant, extensible framework for creating enterprise-ready Java web applications.
Struts 2.0.9 is the "best available" version of Struts.
Struts 1.3.8 is the latest production release of Struts 1.
struts.apache.org /download.cgi   (256 words)

 Scioworks Technologies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Since Struts is open source and freely extensibly, we would recommend that you to look into the possibility of using Struts as the code base to build your framework, instead of building from ground up.
This is actually a very important characteristic of Struts: Struts allows you to fallback to JSP or Servlet based technologies if you find that Struts does not address your need.
Struts should be one of the top choices when you are considering the adoption of an MVC framework due to its numerous benefits.
www.scioworks.net /devnews/articles/struts_adoption_issues   (2171 words)

 Development Roadmap - The Apache Struts Web Application Framework
All releases and changes to the codebase are subject to a vote of the Struts Committers.
From a Struts perspective, that means making sure that the first part of the request processor pipeline need to happen in the "process" part, and the forwarding to the resulting page needs to happen in the "render" part.
A strong goal should be that a Struts application should be usable either as a webapp or as a portlet, with little (ideally no) changes.
www.ninsky.com /struts/site/status.html   (1102 words)

 Struts: Check Your Form with Validator   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
One major benefit of the Struts framework is its built-in interface for performing data validations on incoming form data.
The Struts framework's simple validation interface alleviates much of the headache associated with handling data validation, allowing you to focus on validation code and not on the mechanics of capturing data and redisplaying incomplete or invalid data.
Validator was later integrated into the core Struts code base and has since been detached from Struts and is now a standalone Jakarta Commons project.
www.oracle.com /technology/oramag/oracle/04-jan/o14dev_struts.html   (2643 words)

 ONJava.com: Introduction to Jakarta Struts Framework
Struts is an open source framework developed for encouraging an application architecture based on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design paradigm, useful in building Web applications with Java servlet and Java Server Pages (JSP) technology.
Struts is a Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework compatible with Sun's J2EE platform and primarily based on servlet and JSP technology.
Struts combines Java servlets, Java Server Pages (JSP), custom tags, and message resources into a unified framework and saves the developer the time of coding an entire MVC model, a considerable task indeed.
www.onjava.com /pub/a/onjava/2001/09/11/jsp_servlets.html?page=1   (965 words)

 Apache News Online: 27 January 2005 - New Struts subproject: Shale
Several Struts developers plan to apply to the ASF to incubate Tiles as a toplevel project.
Struts Classic is one subproject, and Struts Shale is another.
The Apache Struts team is pleased to announce the adoption of its latest subproject, Struts Shale, a JSF-based framework.
www.apachenews.org /archives/000552.html   (765 words)

 Java(TM) Boutique - Struts meets Swing (1)
Most Struts applications use a browser as the client, but the framework is actually open enough to allow other client types.
The output from Struts is constructed by jsp-pages, whose names are also specified in the Struts configuration file.
When the Struts application is ready to send data back to the client, it'll therefore have to retrieve the value of the user-agent field, and then select the jsp-page that matches the client.
javaboutique.internet.com /tutorials/Swing   (1020 words)

 TWiki . Javapedia . Struts
Apache Struts is an MVC (Model View Controller) framework for building web applications.
Struts and Tiles aid component-based development - stitch together views to facilitate construction of Web applications.
Struts, an open-source MVC implementation - Manage complexity in large Web sites with this servlets and JSP framework.
wiki.java.net /bin/view/Javapedia?topic=Struts   (784 words)

 ThoughtStorms: Struts/FirstImpression
Struts is confusing this simplicity by suggesting that there are other interfaces where we might want to detach UI from model.
Struts is trying to combine the MVC pattern with the 3-tier UI / business logic / database pattern.
It is important to realize that Struts is relatively a lightweight framework built on top of JSP/Servlet platform.
www.nooranch.com /synaesmedia/wiki/wiki.cgi?Struts/FirstImpression   (1735 words)

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