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Frameworks according to layers

 
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Hello All,
I am developing a web application in java I just want to compare the frameworks and start my web application with best frameworks,please helpme out like
1.what are the Presentation layer frameworks in java and also that support springMVC and Struts2
2.What are the Persistance layer frameworks in java and alsothat support springMVC and Struts2
3.What are the Middle tier frameworks and what do you suggest as best

Thanks in advance
 
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Presentation/Business/Persistence
Struts+Spring+Hibernate
Struts + Spring + EJB
 
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Web Layer - Spring Web MVC, Struts, JSF, Tapestry, etc.
Persistence Layer - Hibernate, Toplink, iBATIS
Infrastructure Layer - Spring framework
 
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