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BaseAjaxAction not in ajax tags 1.3

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I need to extend BaseAjaxAction for my application. I am using ajaxTags 1.3 rc7 and it seems that the class is not included there. I can obtain the class only from the 1.2 release but I am thinking that there is a good reason it no longer appears. Is struts support no longer available ?
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According to ajaxtag, struts no longer support in 1.3. see migration guide.
http://ajaxtags.sourceforge.net/migration-1_2-1_3.html
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