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when i run the project it says:
C:\JDeveloper\mywork\WebTest\LoginProject\public_html\Pages\login.jsp
Error(1,5): No tag library could be found with this URI. Possible causes could be that the URI is incorrect, or that there were errors during parsing of the .tld file.
Error(2,5): No tag library could be found with this URI. Possible causes could be that the URI is incorrect, or that there were errors during parsing of the .tld file.

Posted by Byron on Wednesday, 02.17.10 @ 09:35am | #94896

Excelent definition of struts with example.
Thanking you a lot.

Posted by sanjay kumar on Tuesday, 02.9.10 @ 18:31pm | #94695

please try to configure web.xml file

Posted by bhavik on Thursday, 01.28.10 @ 15:24pm | #94393

coding is really very helpful,but it would become more effective if steps will there

Posted by monika mondal on Saturday, 07.25.09 @ 14:55pm | #89592

Its really nice code...easy to understand..and itzz really very helpful for the new strut user..Thanx for giving the code...

Posted by Ritika Jain on Friday, 04.17.09 @ 11:24am | #86879

can i possible download code ?
that has said on your site ... With out cost ..for that codeing

Posted by Ram on Wednesday, 10.1.08 @ 15:30pm | #80820

Really the the tutorial and examples are very gud. anyone can easily understand.

Posted by swathi on Friday, 09.26.08 @ 15:02pm | #80720

Hii,
I use your code for develop login form i got error in code a requested resourses is not avalable

Posted by jay patel on Saturday, 02.16.08 @ 16:39pm | #48581

This is the best online java tutorial ever possible... its a great job... keep it up... and keep helping us crack the appications...

Posted by Arka on Wednesday, 12.19.07 @ 14:18pm | #42945

excellent

Posted by Sujeet on Monday, 11.26.07 @ 18:31pm | #40548

good for quick learners

Posted by ram on Monday, 11.19.07 @ 21:40pm | #37850

This web application is not complete, actually all the beginners are trying to access these sites, but here you are not providing any details about web.xml, tag declarations and all we have to add to the web.xml, but it is not happened here, i am requesting you to add web.xml part and try to do it complete in roseindia.
thanks
Nowfal

Posted by Nowfal on Thursday, 10.18.07 @ 10:49am | #34317

U should encourage the use of such articles so that freshers can learn and help .

Posted by Amit on Tuesday, 09.4.07 @ 18:53pm | #25005

Its realy amazing to go through the struts framework.
Nice Work.....

Posted by abhishek on Tuesday, 08.14.07 @ 17:46pm | #23368

hi really i get good that has explored such a hune framework in very simple way

Posted by shailesh on Thursday, 08.9.07 @ 20:55pm | #23040

For the past 2 month im confusing what struts are. But now im clear what struct is and how to use that.
Thanks. Good work

Posted by BalaMurugan on Friday, 06.1.07 @ 17:59pm | #17950

This Article is very very helpfull for beginer.I realy got good help from this tutorial or article wat ever we can say.

Posted by Husmukh on Thursday, 04.26.07 @ 11:20am | #14950

this is very nice tutorial for beginners

Posted by manohar on Wednesday, 04.25.07 @ 16:17pm | #14914

This example is very useful for beginners. It is very nice example.

Posted by Suresh on Tuesday, 03.6.07 @ 17:58pm | #10853

Nice example to beginners.
keep updating the site periodically

Posted by shafath on Thursday, 02.15.07 @ 13:34pm | #7956

Hi,

can anyone of U tellme,How to develop a struts application using eclipse and deploy the same on tomcat.I hav eclipse 3.1 and tomcat 5.5,but when I try to run my appliction ,it is giving an error "nothing found to deploy on server".

Posted by Radhika on Friday, 02.2.07 @ 11:47am | #5384

ver nice tutorials for starters in struts.

Posted by Radhika on Wednesday, 01.31.07 @ 17:22pm | #4929

Hi
i copied same example in to Myeclipse,but when i create a new struts project in myeclipse,its saying that there should atleast one struts project in ur workspace,so how to resolve this problem
can u do this needfull?
thanks !

Posted by srikanth on Monday, 01.22.07 @ 16:01pm | #4034

it will be better if the application contains the forget password and newUser for Register.
and one ,ore suggestion - can u send me the web.xml file for this application.

Posted by Kiran on Monday, 01.8.07 @ 13:48pm | #2939

where to put .class file in weblogic 8.1.7 server?
and also tell me abt weblogic server.
ok
bye

Posted by rajesh.mora on Friday, 01.5.07 @ 15:00pm | #2683

Sir,

It seems you can add logout module also. Means after successfully login we get another page like banking or access the email with session and we can also logout our session.

If you have the above said module, please send me the same.
Regards,
Pradeep

Posted by Pradeep on Wednesday, 01.3.07 @ 20:16pm | #2567

if (user != null) {
if (servlet.getDebug() >= Constants.DEBUG) {
StringBuffer message =
new StringBuffer("LogoffAction: User '");
message.append(user.getUsername());
message.append("' logged off in session ");
message.append(session.getId());
servlet.log(message.toString());
}
}

Explaination of this code:?

Posted by sanjay on Monday, 12.18.06 @ 14:31pm | #1190

This site is very useful for S/w Employees

Posted by Mandava Satish on Friday, 12.15.06 @ 17:41pm | #1073

It is very nice to browse and study the tutorials

Posted by selvam on Sunday, 12.10.06 @ 14:02pm | #729

i dont understood how to create relationship between jsp,bean class,servlet and ejb
please help me to find the way by giving one example.

Posted by deepak on Wednesday, 12.6.06 @ 11:30am | #482

its good

Posted by soni on Tuesday, 12.5.06 @ 12:31pm | #408

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