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From Sandy143 <sjavah...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Struts1 and Struts2 in the same app
Date Mon, 28 Apr 2008 16:33:22 GMT

In struts.xml, I have

-----------------------------------------
<include file="/WEB-INF/struts-config.xml" />
<include file="/struts-config-two.xml" /> 
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yes! struts.xml is placed in WEB-INF/classes/  

Do you have any solution for it?



KonTiki wrote:
> 
> Hi Sandy,
> 
> How exactly did you do the struts.xml inclusion?
> (I had a similar problem, where I found the struts.xml for struts 2 wasn't
> picking the correct xml)
> And by java source folder - do you mean WEB-INF/classes/  ?
> 
> 
> Sandy143 wrote:
>> 
>> I  have to integrate struts 2 actions in my existing struts 1.2 web
>> application.
>> 
>> My login page is using struts 1.2 action. Upon login, I come to home
>> page. there is a link on home page. when I click on that link, I need to
>> go to another jsp page. The later action has to be in struts 2. 
>> 
>> I have added filter, filter mapping for struts 2 in web.xml.
>> 
>> I have included struts.xml in the root of the project (under java source
>> folder). This included struts-config.xml (using struts 1.2.8) and
>> struts-config-two.xml (using struts 2). 
>> 
>>  --> struts-config.xml is in web-inf
>> 
>> --> struts-config-two.xml is in the root of the project (under java
>> source folder)
>> 
>>  my  struts-config-two.xml is :
>> 
>> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
>> 
>> <!DOCTYPE struts PUBLIC
>> 
>>         "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Struts Configuration 2.0//EN"
>> 
>>         "http://struts.apache.org/dtds/struts-2.0.dtd">
>> 
>>  <struts>
>>             <package name="xxx" namespace="/xxx" extends="xxx-default">
>> 
>>                         <action name="testAction2" 
>>                                    
>> class="x.y.z.presentation.test.TestAction2">
>>                              <result name="home"> /TestLink.jsp </result>
>>                         </action>
>> 
>>             </package>
>> </struts>
>> 
>> 
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> 
>> In my TestLink.jsp, I am specifying :
>> 
>> <s:url id="viewURL" namespace="/xxx" action="testAction2" /> 
>> 
>> <s:a href=%{viewURL}> Test Link Home </s:a> Test Link
>> 
>> 
>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> 
>> I am able to login to the app. but When I click on the link I get an
>> error message : ERROR action.RequestProcessor  - Invalid path was
>> requested /xxx/TestAction.
>> 
>> Can you please help me to resolve this issue.
>> 
>>  I would have to use struts2 action in the flow of struts1 action. Please
>> let me know the step by step procedure. Can anyone provide a sample app
>> or config info on how it can be done?
>> 
>> I have read the migration tutorial. but it didn't help me to resolve this
>> issue.
>> 
>>  
>> 
>>  
>> 
>>  
>> 
>> 
> 
> 

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