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From Bill Siggelkow <bills...@bellsouth.net>
Subject Re: is strut a good choice in my case.
Date Wed, 08 Sep 2004 20:28:14 GMT
Well, make sure you use more than one Strut -- you will want to scale 
the number of Struts to the number of users.  For each request, you will 
have one Strut. Does this make sense? ;)

Vitalii wrote:

>  I have a question about struts. I know Strut is good
> framework for designing a large website. It has a lot
> of classes that help to design well scaled websites.
> What about performance? Does it slow the processing of
> request. if speed is the main issue is it good idea to
> use strut?if website needs to handle about 200,000
> request per hour would you advice to use strut?
> 
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