> From: Mark Phippard > > I normally just monitor this list on the Archives, but I felt compelled to > subscribe so I can post a response on this Struts question. > > Joe, some of your responses show that you do not really know what Struts > is. Mark, did you read all of my responses before you started whacking me? I know full well what Struts is. However, the Struts advocates always say (as David did) that Struts is better than JSP/servlet. The Controller architecture by itself works with JSP and scriptlets - it's not until you attach a specific taglib that you replace JSP. Anyway, I'm not going to argue about it. You use Struts, great, but there at least a dozen competing technologies. I just get tired of hearing people say that Struts provides MVC architecture for JSP/servlet technology. That's not true. JSP Model II provided that long before Struts, and Struts is simply one guy's implementation of an architecture. It's not a standard. It's not a technology. It's not an architecture. It's one man's implementation. And there are better (and worse) ones out there. > It allowed me to easily > develop a "Model" that can be used in any Java application, regardless of > whether Struts is involved. Me, I just leave the whole Struts part out completely! Anyway, we'll see. Lots of people use alternate techniques, and we'll see what prevails. Joe
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