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From "Robbin L. Gratz" <>
Subject RE: *TED* - round 2 of documentation
Date Fri, 06 Jul 2001 13:09:33 GMT

After reading the document (very good information), I am confused as to the
authorization mechanism mentioned as part of the Struts framework.  I just
completed a project using Struts and didn't come across any reference to
authorization in any of my research.  Could anyone elaborate on this?

-----Original Message-----
From: Ted Husted []
Sent: Friday, July 06, 2001 7:51 AM
Subject: Re: *TED* - round 2 of documentation

I don't disagree Jonathan. I'm just asking for suggestions as to where
we should place it in the context of the rest of the documentation.
Should it be part of the User Guide or something else? If something
else, what do we call it?

Unless of course you're proposing that we drop the rest of the User
Guide and just offer this ;-0

Jonathan Asbell wrote:
> Hello Ted.  I gave this documentation to the other developers in my group
> who do not know about Struts, and they said that they now understand what
> Struts is and how to approach using it.  They got lost in the "Struts
> Components" section because they didnt have a picture to accompany the
> explanation, and because they were unfamiliar with Struts.  They said that
> the section "How it all works" clarified how Struts behaves.
>     The point being that the impedance from trying new tools lies in the
> time necessary to understand and configure it.  Living in New York is
> because it is the ultimate test for when something is too complicated:
> People wont take the time to use it.  This type of outline gets would be
> users/developers started quick.  In a few pages they know what Struts is,
> what it needs to run, and how it functions.  Now they can go on, install,
> configure and develop with Struts with the user guide and this paper in
> and feel fairly confident in developing with it.

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