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how about struts or spring? (j2ee web services book author)

ronald ali mangaliag
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are other web frameworks included in your book?
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Lasse Koskela
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Based on the table of contents, I don't think so.
Why do you think Spring and Struts would be relevant for J2EE web services?


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Ray Lai
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Unfortunately, no. Struts or alike is about user presentation, and is not directly related to building web services.
But personally I am involved in an initiative to package all Java application frameworks and add web services elements (e.g. orchestration) to brand them as Java web services framework for customers.


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