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Web application with database

Akil Kumar
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Hi,

I have to create a web application in Java. A relational database will be used to store the information. A user interface will be developed which will contain 3 to 4 pages. Can this web application built using servlets , JSP, Tomcat and MySQL? Or Should I use Struts 2 framework to develop this application? Please help me understand the differences between these two route. Also can we install Struts 2 on mac OS X?

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Akil Kumar
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Can someone please answer to this question? It is is urgent.

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Joe Ess
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Akil Kumar wrote:Can someone please answer to this question? It is is urgent.


Please Ease Up. We are all volunteers here.
Swapna latha
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Yes you can do it using struts2 framework
Tim Moores
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And you can also do it without Struts 2. Or with or without any other web framework. If you don't yet know Struts, then learning it for a web app with a handful of pages seems like overkill. If, on the other hand, you're a Struts expert, then you can likely set up the basic Struts web app faster than coding it without Struts.
 
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