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From Laurie Harper <lau...@holoweb.net>
Subject Re: dojo 1.1 in struts 2.0.11 portlets
Date Fri, 02 May 2008 19:41:41 GMT
Yes, it would, which is why Jeromy said don't use the strts2 ajax theme 
or tags. As long as you don't use those, the Dojo bundled with Struts 
wont be loaded, so there wont then be a conflict.

L.

tom tom wrote:
> Hi Jeromy,
> 
> Sorry, I forgot one more question,
> 
> Eventhough we use dojo 1.1 directly, we need to have
> dojo.js, wouldn't this conflict with the one which
> comes as part of struts bundle
> 
> --- Jeromy Evans <jeromy.evans@blueskyminds.com.au>
> wrote:
> 
>> tom tom wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> In order to leverage the full capabilities of dojo
>> 1.1
>>> (latest) with the latest stable struts version.
>> What
>>> exactlyt the best practice.
>>>
>>> The things we concerned are as followes
>>>
>>> 1) Will there be a conflict in the different dojo
>>> versions in struts 2.0.11 and dojo 1.1
>>>
>>>   
>> Yes, the Struts2 ajax-theme tags will conflict with
>> Dojo 1.1.  Don't use 
>> tue struts2 ajax-themed tags.
>>> 2) Will it impact any struts tags behaviours etc.
>>>
>>>   
>> Yes, definitely as the Struts2 ajax tags are for
>> Dojo 0.4.x.
>>> If there is a better way to explore the new
>> features
>>> of dojo pls do let us know, or any other best
>> practice
>>>   
>> Yes, use Dojo 1.1 directly within your JSP.  Don't
>> attempt to use the 
>> Struts 2 ajax tags (dojo 0.4) at the same time as
>> Dojo 1.1.  Juse use 
>> the css/xhtml themed struts tags and dojo's own
>> markup and widgets.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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