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Is it possible to develop web application using JSP based on 3 tier architecture?

sagar devanahalli
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Hey guys so far I have developed a small web application using JSP with the help of MVC architecture.My doubt is, is it possible to develop same web application based on 3 tier architecture??If so how do you send control back to Presentation layer through Middle layer???

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Not with just JSP, no. You need a servlet (and a middle layer for that matter.)

In fact, you should have a servlet anyway. Having an application made up of just JSPs isn't maintainable.


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