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Using Struts

I started looking at struts recently.
I started off by downlaoding jdk1.4 and tomcat.
Make sure for some reason that your classpath has not only the location of the jdk bins, but also the tools jar file:
After extracting the tomcat zip file, I went to the the bin folder withinn the tomcat directory (c:/apache/jakarta-tomcat-5.0.27), clicked the startup bat file, and then in my web browser invoked the default url: http://localhost:8080/ and the tomcat home page is presented.
Next, it is on to the Apache Struts page. I went to the same apache downloads page and got the Struts 1.1 zip file.
The Struts zip file was extracted to c:/apache/jakarta-struts-1.1. In that folder there is a webapps folder with several war files. I will place the war files in the webapps folder in the tomcat folder. After placing the war files in the tomcat webapps folder, i noticed that new folders corresponding to the war files are created in the webapps folder. Also, you can grab the (war files) examples from Struts in action.

August 8, 2004 - Posted by | Struts

1 Comment »

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    Comment by | November 29, 2012 | Reply

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