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Java Plugin Framework For Web Application

 
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Hi,

We have the Web Framework (based on Struts,Spring and Ibatis) on which multiple applications are built on.We have the requirement now to deploy the different modules as plugins.

We have evaluated few Java Plugin Frameworks and found that JPF is a good framework to provide plugin framework to the application.However, the example that is provided is Swing based.

Has anyone worked JPF in Web based applications (based on Struts,Spring Ibatis) or any other Plugin framework which we can use for Web applications

Thanks.
 
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I suggest you check OSGI.
While I'm not OSGI expert and I'm not sure if it is applicable in your situation but I think it worth investigating.
 
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