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Needing a good crash course tutorial...

Karl Krasnowsky
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Joined: Jan 16, 2009
Posts: 97
Hello,
I've been searching for a good, up to date, tutorial on using Struts2 w/Spring and JPA preferably using the eclipse IDE.
Much of what I've found are unreliable, out of date examples that have got me spinning my wheels. Any recommendations on either online or books that might serve this purpose?
thanks!
~Karl


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Joe Ess
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When last I checked, the links in our Struts 2 FAQ were up-to-date. Is there a particular concept or feature that you need help with?


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Jer Deras
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Joined: Sep 29, 2009
Posts: 10
Karl Krasnowsky wrote:Hello,
I've been searching for a good, up to date, tutorial on using Struts2 w/Spring and JPA preferably using the eclipse IDE.
Much of what I've found are unreliable, out of date examples that have got me spinning my wheels. Any recommendations on either online or books that might serve this purpose?
thanks!
~Karl



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