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|Please refer to the [http://struts.apache.org/struts-action2/index.html Action 2 website] and the [http://cwiki.apache.org/WW/migration-guide.html SAF2 Migration Guide].||Please refer to the [[http://struts.apache.org/struts-action2/index.html|Action 2 website]] and the [[http://cwiki.apache.org/WW/migration-guide.html|SAF2 Migration Guide]].|
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| * [http://www.mail-archive.com/dev%40struts.apache.org/msg13815.html Original Proposal] - The original !WebWork merger proposal on the Struts dev mailing list
* [http://www.opensymphony.com/webwork WebWork] - The Webwork site at !OpenSymphony
| * [[http://www.mail-archive.com/dev%40struts.apache.org/msg13815.html|Original Proposal]] - The original !WebWork merger proposal on the Struts dev mailing list
* [[http://www.opensymphony.com/webwork|WebWork]] - The Webwork site at !OpenSymphony
This page is obsolete.
Struts Action 2.0 merges the advanced Opensymphony WebWork 2.2 framework with the maturity of Struts Action 1. The result is a powerful, yet accessible framework that supports legacy Struts Action 1.x applications, while providing a feature-rich foundation for new applications.
This project has not been released, and is considered in sandbox state. This page contains designs, tasks, references, FAQs and discussions to help move Struts Action 2.0 towards its first release.
Webwork from a Struts developer's perspective
MigrationStrategy - Steps and overall strategies for migrating Struts Action 1.x applications to Action 2.0
MigrationTools - Development tools to help aid the migration process
IssuesAndSolutions - Various issues (and hopefully their solutions!) encountered by people doing migrations, or developing new Webwork-based applications
General thoughts on Webwork
ActionContext - Webwork provides an ActionContext, which is a wrapper around a number of important objects. This may sound a little mundane, but it's not! Read on!
RoughSpots - Some things that could be addressed before 2.0.0.