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Joined: Nov 30, 2000
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Hi all,
Generally what are the architectures that are followed while building e-com applications using XML and JSP.
apart from MVC are there any new architectures that drag attention ??
Please give good url 's regarding this....

Joined: Sep 20, 2000
Posts: 8
I would check out cocoon as a presentation framework and struts for an XML-based request controller. Both products are from the Apache project (
I don't know much about cocoon, but STRUTS is a good tool to convert user requests into business events. For example, if a user clicks on an "update" button on a Web page to update customer information, STRUTS will convert the update request to a call to the method updateCustomer(). If successful, STRUTs will redirect the user to a Web page that displays the customer info, otherwise, it redirects the user to an error page.
Good Luck,
Roger E. Rhoades
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