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karthick meyyappan
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hi folks,

i had question in a combination of struts,hibernate,spring basic level so where should i post?.
if i post a thread in three place. it seems to be un fair. where do i ask? increases my chance of answering in effectful.

thanks.
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Saif Asif
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Well it depends on what part of the technology you are facing the issue. Even then if you are facing the issue in all 3 technologies then just post the related problem in the respective forums. Don't worry about posting in the incorrect forums, our Marshals here will surely move your post to the appropriate forum after isolating the actual problem


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karthick meyyappan
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am not facing any issue. i h'd a struts project am trying to use spring or hibernate in that so only am asking?.
Sachin Patil
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Doesn't matter what project and technology you use. You have options to post framework(Struts/Spring etc.) related questions in individual forums.


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karthick meyyappan
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Sachin Patil wrote:Doesn't matter what project and technology you use. You have options to post framework(Struts/Spring etc.) related questions in individual forums.

thanks. as eaelier one of the experts said i posted. but no luck. no answer for my post
Henry Wong
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karthick meyyappan wrote:
Sachin Patil wrote:Doesn't matter what project and technology you use. You have options to post framework(Struts/Spring etc.) related questions in individual forums.

thanks. as eaelier one of the experts said i posted. but no luck. no answer for my post


Yeah, that happens. Many times ranchers forget that everyone here (including the moderators) are volunteers. We don't get paid to help. We help because we want to. And when we have to choose from answering a question that is easy to investigate versus one that is not (and it could be something as simple as better formatting), then... well, this is why we have this FAQ...

http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch

Make your topic easier to investigate, and you'll have a higher rate than other topics. Remember, help your fellow ranchers help you.

And... don't expect a quick answer -- Also remember, that your fellow ranchers have real jobs to do...

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karthick meyyappan
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thanks. well enough details. i would gave a look.
 
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