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From Li <>
Subject Re: Choosing a Struts-ish framework
Date Mon, 25 Sep 2006 04:47:28 GMT

WW is doing integration work with Struts. WW has more features, their
intercepters are powerful.

For starting new project, it's up to you. I am currently moving from struts
to ww, I dont have any problem. So if you wanna try Struts now and later
move to WW, it should be no problem. Or you can directly start with WW...

good luck

On 9/25/06, Henri Yandell <> wrote:
> Does anybody have any thoughts on whether somebody starting a new
> project should use WebWork or Struts 1.x? Any feel for what the
> upgrade pain will be from each one to Struts 2.0?
> From what I understand, WW is going to be the much simpler upgrade,
> but I'm wondering how simple. Also how is the WW activity? Struts
> 1.3.x still seems to have quite a few committers working on it, have
> all the WW guys moved onto Struts 2.0?
> I know that's all pretty open-ended, so whatever you can offer is
> great :) Anectdotal evidence of how long it took to migrate an X-page
> app would be great too.
> Thanks,
> Hen
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