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Java web application frameworks. Need your help to choose.

 
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Hi Java Gurus,

How are you? Today I need some suggestion from you. Can you please help?

I need to do a project, with a java framework which will using Oracle DB as back-end. Perhaps, the project has large volume and the project should be web based. CRUD should be a factor and another factor is learning curve.

Now, I need to choose a java framework, which has short learning curve, can be very developers friendly for large project(s), have good oracle support and CURD operation should be faster. I need your suggestion.

Another thing, I need a document for java framework comparisons. I think, you may have some documentation on this. If you have some, can you please send the doc?

have a nice day everyone.
 
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use JSF/Struts these are good framework for web applications.
 
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thank you, Sachin, for your help. Can anyone discuss more about the topic? Can you told some logics also that, why i should use that framework. It would be a great help for me.

Thanks
 
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There is no good answer to this question, certainly not one that reads "framework XYZ is good". That kind of answer is always based on the knowledge and circumstances of the person writing it, which may or may not have any relevance to the person asking the question.

A better answer is: try a few frameworks, see which ones you like, consider who will be maintaining the code, consider who much support you will want to be able to get elsewhere (like in support forums or commercially), consider what level of bleeding edge the organization for which this app is written is comfortable with, then make a decision.

By the way: that the DB is Oracle, or what kind of DB operations the application performs, almost certainly is irrelevant to any decision about a web framework (which lives in a separate architectural layer).
 
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