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Integration with Hibernate

visu Nekk
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Which technology(Struts or Spring) is the best to integrate with Hibernate and why?
Jaikiran Pai

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visu Nekk wrote:Which technology(Struts or Spring) is the best to integrate with Hibernate and why?

This is a very abstract question and i don't think you will find any easy answers to this. How did you narrow down to Struts and Spring? And what exactly do you mean by "best to integrate"?

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ahmad seddighi

Joined: Jun 22, 2004
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Hibernate and Spring may be used together to develop most effective code in the data tier and solve problems related to this tier, such as managing transactions, handling exceptions, and so on. But to develop the whole application, we may use other frameworks to develop other tiers of the application; and this is when we use a framework such as Struts with Hibernate; Struts for the presentation tier and Hibernate for data tier.
Ahmad Reza Seddighi

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I agree. Here's the link:
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