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 Allrighty, trying to get Webwork2 installed, and this is what I have found so far.<p class="paragraph"/>Make sure you include all the dependent libraries. You find these in 'lib/core' from CVS.<p class="paragraph"/>You need to place 'xwork.xml' and 'components.xml' in your WEB-INF/classes directory. You can find sample files in 'src/etc/example' and 'src/webapp/WEB-INF' from CVS.<p class="paragraph"/>Components are part of <a href="http://wiki.opensymphony.com/space/Xwork">Xwork</a>. If you don't have 'components.xml', you get an error. An empty file with the following tags seem to be fine.<p class="paragraph"/><div class="code"><pre>&#60;components&#62;&#60;component/&#62;&#60;/components&#62;</pre></div><p class="paragraph"/>
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