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From "Frank Zammetti" <>
Subject RE: Struts Web Services Enablement Project : version .02
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2004 13:43:47 GMT
I think the ant thing can be done.  I've only used ant once before, and I 
didn't have to write the script, so it's a good opportunity for me to learn 
about it.

I'm looking at the XDoclet site right now.  I think I may have heard of 
XDoclet before, but I don't at this point know anything about it.  Yet 
another opportunity to learn something new! :)


>From: "Marco Mistroni" <>
>Reply-To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <>
>To: "'Struts Users Mailing List'" <>
>Subject: RE: Struts Web Services Enablement Project : version .02
>Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2004 09:58:22 +0100
>	Just one suggestion, but it's not software related
>- provide ant-scripts for compiling data..
>- eventually if u could add xdoclet-tags to the action class (2 help
>     lazy users like me who generates struts-config etc via xdoclet..)
>	marco
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Frank Zammetti []
>Sent: 03 June 2004 19:51
>Subject: Struts Web Services Enablement Project : version .02
>Ok, I just posted version .02 of the newly-named Struts Web Services
>Enablement Project (prounced 'SWISS EP' I guess?!?).  Here's the address
>This version I think is considerably more useful, but I'm still eager to
>hear anyone's opinions, comments, suggestions, etc.
>Most notably in this version are two changes:
>(1) There are no longer ANY required elements to the incoming SOAP
>i.e., <actionMappingPath> is no longer required.  It still has the flat
>format restriction, but it should be cleaner now without even the single
>required element.
>(2) There is now a Struts plug-in that reads a new
>file.  THIS IS OPTIONAL.  You don't have to use the plug-in and you
>have to write this config file, but that will limit you to the default
>output template dumping all ActionForm members only.  However, I believe
>will be used more often than not because it allows you to (a) map your
>XML-rendering JSP's to an Action so that you are no longer limited to
>default XML template's message format, and (b) allows you to pick and
>what ActionForm members are returned by the default template if you
>want to use it, and even in what order!
>There are a number of other more minor changes, but these two I believe
>begin to make this project actually worth something (my opinion anyway).
>Please, let me know what you think.  Play with the sample webapp, let me
>know how I'm doing!
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