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From "xavier prad" <alfamai...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: kindly help please
Date Fri, 09 Jun 2006 05:41:01 GMT
hai *Zammetti,*
*Thanks for the help you have extended me .Kindly let me know some websites
to find the details .*
*Regards ,*
*Pradhap.*


On 6/9/06, Frank W. Zammetti <fzlists@omnytex.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Pradhap,
>
> Yes, you can.  However, your JSPs will in all probability NOT be
> rendering markup for display to the user... they will probably generate
> some sort of data structure that your Swing client will use to update
> the view.  Maybe XML for example.
>
> Your Swing app just makes HTTP requests to the app on the server as
> usual.  I know this because about 3 years ago I was asked to do this...
> the project didn't go beyond proof-of-concept, but it was working just
> fine before it was aborted.
>
> Now, keep in mind that when you use JSPs, assuming you use Struts tags,
> you'll be giving that stuff up, or more precisely, you'll have to code
> it all yourself... if input validation fails for instance, you'll have
> to deal with redisplaying the entered values (if they were ever not
> visible that is).
>
> Frank
>
> xavier prad wrote:
> > Can I use swings instead of jsp as view in struts
> > Regards
> > Pradhap
> >
>
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