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Data driven web framework??

alzamabar
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Hi, my boss wants to implement a data-driven web-framework; does anyone of you know about a web-framework that could be used for such a functionality. In few words, for each request, my boss would like to be able to set up a class and a method to execute, in addition, of course, to the next view where to forward to.

I will investigate on such a solution but if anyone of you would come up with a solution, I would greatly appreciate.

Thanks and Regards,

Marco


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I suppose you could call Cocoon a "data driven framework" - if your boss does not mind defining the data in XML. See http://cocoon.apache.org/
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What you described sounds like Struts' MVC structure.


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