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From Randy Burgess <>
Subject Re: Struts serving both HTML requests and web service?
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2008 21:49:16 GMT
That thread was about exposing business logic used in a S2 app as web
services for use in other applications. If you are interested in web
services then the CXF site is a good place to start. Personally I wouldn't
go to the trouble of creating web services just to use them in an S2 web

There is an STP Eclipse plugin that will work with CXF but AFAIK there is no
direct integration between CXF and Struts 1/2.

Randy Burgess
Sr. Web Applications Developer
Nuvox Communications

> From: "Allen, Daniel" <>
> Reply-To: Struts Users Mailing List <>
> Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 14:20:54 -0500
> To: Struts Users Mailing List <>
> Subject: Struts serving both HTML requests and web service?
> I saw a thread go by while back about Struts and web services, and
> someone suggested Spring and CXF. I've got Spring integrated into my
> Struts (2.0.11) application, but I'm not familiar with CXF at all, nor
> have I actually ever put together a web service before.
> Does anyone know of a good guide to integrating those, or an example? Is
> there a CXF struts plugin? I mostly need the really basic stuff, like
> the result type for a struts action that would be accessed as a web
> service. (Or should I just have a separate servlet running on the same
> server?)
> I know this is a very general question, but anything will help.
> Thanks,
> ~Dan
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