Struts 2.0 with OGNL
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Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: March 08, 2011
The advent of Struts as a framework was revolutionary from the first day it arrived on the technology scene. Many projects in Java™/J2EE adopted Struts, and it has subsequently become one of the most stable frameworks in the gamut of J2EE-based applications. While it only provides controller support, this can be an advantage to developers desiring to build custom components for the M (Model) and V (View) sections. In this article, we highlight one of the most important components of Struts 2.0, Object-Graph Navigation Language (OGNL) and its features.
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