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Thread: Order of elements in Struts.xml

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    Default Order of elements in Struts.xml

    Is there a order which needs to be maintained while defining cofigurations in Struts.xml file i.e plugins,interceptors,actions?
    or is it ok if we define them in any order?


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    Default Re: Order of elements in Struts.xml

    Hi, there is no order.

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