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From Nicolas LE BAS <m...@nlebas.net>
Subject Re: Usage of Tiles 2.2 with Struts 1.x compatibility - Reg
Date Tue, 31 Jul 2012 13:57:56 GMT
That's the easiest way if you can use a snapshot version.

Alternatively, you can setup TilesDispatchServlet as indicated here: 

Then, instead of refering to tiles definitions by name in 
struts-config.xml (<forward name="success" path="my.tile.definition"/>), 
you can use their URL (<forward name="success" 
path="/my.tile.definition.tiles"/>). It's a bit more work, but it 
doesn't require any additional jar file.

Hope this help,

On 12-07-31 12:04 AM, Shrinivas Parashar wrote:
> Tiles 2 is not Supported by Struts 1.3.x . 1.4.x was supposed to support tiles 2, but
never released . But you can get struts-tiles2-1.4.0-SNAPSHOT.jar from Struts website, using
which you can integrate Struts 1 with Tiles 2.
> Regards,
> Shrinivas
> From: Purushotham Reddy [mailto:purushotham.reddy@aspiresys.com]
> Sent: 26 July 2012 10:41
> To: users@tiles.apache.org
> Cc: chinni.0720@gmail.com
> Subject: Usage of Tiles 2.2 with Struts 1.x compatibility - Reg
> Hi Team,
> We have started migrating our project (Web Application) which is running on Struts 1.x
from Framesets to Tiles 2.2.
> As stated in the Apache tiles tutorial we have made few modifications in web.xml and
added tiles-defs.xml to the project. But couldn't get the relation towards the struts-config.xml
to the tiles-defs.xml.
> Is Tiles 2.2 compatible with struts 1.x? Can some one please guide me in proper direction
or provide me samples to integrate Tiles 2.2 in our Struts 1.x project?
> Any kind of help would be appreciated at the earliest as we need to prepare a demo in
a couple of days.
> Thanks and Regards,
> Purushotham Reddy
> Aspire Systems || India
> Tel:+91 -44-67404000
> www.aspiresys.com<http://www.aspiresys.com>
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