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Struts provides several Maven Archetypes that create working applications based on a template.
The following archetypes are available:
The Starter archetype creates a more featured application using several common technologies used in production applications.
The Portlet blank archetype creates a minimally populated JSR 168 portlet.
The Portlet database archetype creates a simple JSR 168 portlet that displays the contents of a database table.
From a working directory for your project, run the following command:
This table describes the parameters used above:
|groupId||The id for the group the application belongs to. Usually is the root package for applications in your company, e.g. com.mycompany|
|artifactId||The id for the project|
|package||The base Java package to use for generated source code. Defaults to archetypeGroupId if not specified.|
|archetypeGroupId||The group id of the archetype. Will always be org.apache.struts for Struts archetypes|
|archetypeArtifactId||The id of the archetype|
|archetypeVersion||The version of the archetype|
|remoteRepositories||A list of remote repositories that contain the archetype. If deployed to the standard Maven repository or locally, this is optional|
The Archetype will create a ready-run Struts project. Just run "mvn install" to build.