Material contained in this section is largely repeated from the previous chapter. This is because EJBs and Web Services are accessed from Struts in a similar manner.
This duplication is intentional to allow this chapter to read as standalone by readers who aren’t interested in reading the previous chapter.
If you read the previous chapter, we recommend skimming these sections both as a review and because the material isn’t completely identical.
Struts is a framework based on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern. One of the strengths of MVC, as you recall, is the flexibility you have for implementing Model components. This explains why Struts has tag libraries for building View components, ...