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IMHO, that's a more complex question than you're making it out to be. Struts does several things, but two of them are:
1. Separate concerns into model, view and controller on the server
2. Generate JSP pages for the view
The first of these is probably not applicable for a normal Flex application, since Flex clients are typically stateful and almost everybody implements some form of MVC structure within the client itself. Flex clients also typically interact with the server in some sort of SOA-like manner, which means that servers can be and usually are (mostly) stateless. So Struts' MVC implementation, which is really the most notable thing about the framework, is probably useless to a Flex app.
I suggest that you read up on some of the documentation or books to learn about how Flex applications are typically structured before you dive in. Struts supports thin clients, Flex is a rich (thick) client--they're fundamentally different architectures.
According to this site it is possible.
However I cannot get it to see my taglib no matter how closely I follow the directions. I am getting:
Unable to initialize TldLocationsCache: null
from this line in the jsp
<%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/lib/flex-bootstrap-jsp.jar" prefix="mm" %>
Any help would be seriously appreciated.