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Framework clarification

Mariya Antony christopher
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Which java framework is flexible for coding ,maintenance,productivity
I had developed webapplication using
struts1.x
Hibernate+jsp
Jsp+servlets+javabean

but moreover hibernate is flexible for me,because mapping sql tables as pojo files
kindly suggest
Tim Moores
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You can't compare these. For example, there's no overlap between Hibernate and Struts. You should start by asking what tasks you would like a framework do for you; then you can start comparing and selecting them.
Mariya Antony christopher
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Tim Moores wrote:You can't compare these. For example, there's no overlap between Hibernate and Struts. You should start by asking what tasks you would like a framework do for you; then you can start comparing and selecting them.


Best suited framework for Java database application
Tim Moores
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What are your requirements?
Mariya Antony christopher
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Tim Moores wrote:What are your requirements?


Iam asking general database application (CRUD basis)
Tim Moores
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For general tasks, I'd use a general tool - JPA is probably fine.
Mariya Antony christopher
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Tim Moores wrote:For general tasks, I'd use a general tool - JPA is probably fine.


thanks Tim
 
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