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Migrate ASP to Java environment

Daoyue Ming
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our client is going to replace its ASP (old one, not in .net) website to java environment with concerns of security and performance.

we are going to add in transaction control, and connection pooling for security and performance, so decided to use Spring to control the transaction, and use iBatis to leverage existing SQL operation in ASP.

Now we are hesitating in web layer, as old ASP doesn't have MVC in mind, lots of web layer control and navigation are done by request parameters within the ASP itself. We have two options, one is use MVC framework like struts, but it requires rework all the ASP. Another option is just translate ASP logic to JSP, and move business logic and database operation to Spring service and iBatis.

Anyone has any suggestion how to do it?
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