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Rizvan Asgarov
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Hi All,
Which one is suitable for beginning or easy to use at the following?
or what would you want apply from these in your company?

Struts or Spring ???

(is it dependent on from the type of this company or ...)

Thanks in advance,
Rizvan


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Ulf Dittmer
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I would hope that a C-level executive at a company does not involve herself in this kind of technical minutiae. What's more, these what's-better:-A-or-B kind of questions generally don't make sense, as the answer highly depends on the individual circumstances about which we know nothing. (Not to mention that these two in particular have different capabilities, making it an apples-vs-oranges comparison.)


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Hong Anderson
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If you mean Struts vs Spring Web MVC.
I'll choose Spring Web MVC for sure. No matter what my position is.


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Rizvan Asgarov
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Thanks Ulf and Kengkaj,

I use Struts 1.x at present... But I am not acquaintance with "Spring Web MVC" for the present... So I want to begin to it!
So which steps should i do for it? Please tell me your recommendation...
Sincerely,
Rizvan
Hong Anderson
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I think this book is pretty good: Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow.
http://www.amazon.com/Expert-Spring-MVC-Web-Flow/dp/159059584X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1248671268&sr=8-1

You can also study from Spring Reference Documentation.

I believe after you try Spring Web MVC for a while, you will never ever want to let you hands on Struts again .
Rizvan Asgarov
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Hey, that's a good idea... I will make an effort to him absolutely
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PS: But 8 months have remained to coming of the spring
Sincerely,
Rizvan
David Newton
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Hmm, I've used both S2 and Spring MVC extensively, and I prefer S2 for the web side of my apps.
 
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