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Netbeans 6.5.1 and struts 1.2.9

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I am trying to create a struts project in netbeans 6.5.1. When i create the project, i select struts 1.2.9 as the framework and i get default welcomeStruts.jsp with some taglib uri defined in it which gives error that it cannot be resolved. So i looked at web.xml and changed the uri to the one written in it. I am still not able to get rid of the error
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actually i got the solution. we shouldn't select struts 1.2 of netbeans as the default struts framework. We should download struts and use our own
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