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From Antony Paul <>
Subject Re: Struts and DreamWeaver
Date Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:16:57 GMT
I face the same problem. It is more complicated if used with
<jsp:include> or Tiles.  So I dont give the JSP pages back to graphics
designer for editing because it wont display it properly and no Struts
html tags are understood and no html input elements displayed.  So to
edit HTML I have to go through all the steps of deploying, refreshing
and consumes time.

   And here is the advantage of JSF over Struts because it have tool
vendor support and makes the life of programmers easier by rendering

   I think that Spring is better than Struts in this repspect. I used
it only for learning only.

Antony Paul

On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 12:02:21 -0700, Wendy Smoak <> wrote:
> This is my first time having someone else do the page design.  I'm thrilled
> to have someone else do it, but they use DreamWeaver and I'm not sure what's
> going to happen if it sees <html-el:form>.  Then there's the fun of JSTL
> tags embedded within HTML tags, which works fine but can't exactly be
> considered valid syntax.
> I checked the archives, but only found suggestions to use something other
> than DreamWeaver.  I don't think that's going to go over well.
> My current plan is to have them use plain-old html form elements, and I'll
> automate as much as possible the task of switching them over to
> <html-el:...> tags.   Not much fun, but far better than having to do the
> page design.
> Does anyone have suggestions for coordinating page design with Struts webapp
> development?
> --
> Wendy
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