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struts <bean:message>  vs  <bean:write>

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i would like to know about struts <bean:message>  vs  <bean:write>. when, why, how we use them, advanages, disadvatages of using them. I am not clear on this concept. thanks in advance
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personally, I have never used <bean:message> because I know what my JSP is going to look like. I use <bean:write> to display the data, and if I need to add a label or something to the page, I do it manually.
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