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Rakesh Shah
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Joined: Feb 14, 2008
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hi there,

I'm a newbie to all these frameworks. Can someone tell me what JSF, SPRING, HIBERNATE is good for. i know SPRING and HIBERNATE are object mapping framework. So can some one explain to which of Spring and Hibernate is good for developing a banking application.
what is JSF used for and also if Struts is a good method to implement the login verification form or if we have to go for any other framework.
Hussein Baghdadi
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Joined: Nov 08, 2003
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Spring isn't an ORM framework, Spring is lightweight container for building Java/Java EE applications.
Spring documentation is really first class, one of the best but if you want a book, I suggest "Spring In Action, 2nd Edition" by Manning.
Hibernate documentation is also great but again if you want to read a book, "Java Persistence With Hibernate" by Manning is outstanding.
For JSF, "JavaServer Faces In Action" is my favorite.
what is JSF used for and also if Struts is a good method to implement the login verification form or if we have to go for any other framework.

Login verification has nothing to do with any web framework.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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