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Old July 20th, 2007, 01:18 PM
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Default struts actions package: "struts", other packages?

Most of the code I see places the developer defined struts Java classes in a package called "struts".

Is this what developers do for large struts based projects?

I'm thinking I want to store my struts actions Java classes in different logical packages based on what they map to within my software. But before I do this, I want to check to make sure I'm not missing anything :)

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You may define your action class in any logical package you wish. Generally developers do define their action classes in sub packages of struts for convenience.

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