Struts in NetBeans3.6

Posted on 2004-11-12
Last Modified: 2010-04-01
I am working on jsp using netbeans3.6 . To work on struts , do i have to download struts , or does it come inbuilt with  NetBeans3.6. Also, how do i configure struts in netbeans3.6

any help greatly appreciated,
Question by:jaggernat
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    you can download struts from here:

    Setup a basic Struts project using Netbeans IDE:
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