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How to use a CRM Framework in order to develop a CRM Project

 
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I downloaded a CRM framework(at least the owner says so). It was developed with Spring+Hibernate+JSP.It runs in Tomcat.Database is MySql.My question is how can I use this framework efficiently.I mean, I know how to reuse Java files with and other things.But what about JSP files?Can I reuse them?If so how?
Edit: The framework is Eberom 1.0. As a documentation there is nothing except just an installation guide.
 
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Shouldn't there be documentation of some kind? You didn't even tell us the name of the framework.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Shouldn't there be documentation of some kind? You didn't even tell us the name of the framework.


Thank you for your reply.I edited the name of framework.But unfortunately there is no documentation except an installation guide.
 
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That leads to further questions:

1) Why did you choose this framework, which apparently has no documentation, and has had its last release in 2006? There are numerous other CRM open source products that are supported and documented, and which are still being developed.

2) What do you mean by "reusing JSP file"?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:That leads to further questions:

1) Why did you choose this framework, which apparently has no documentation, and has had its last release in 2006? There are numerous other CRM open source products that are supported and documented, and which are still being developed.

2) What do you mean by "reusing JSP file"?



I chose this because in first sight it seemed plain so that i can understand easily.But as you said it has no documentation .I got this framework from google searching.i was looking for a "java technologies used" framework.In this framework it uses java technologies.

Reusing JSP file:Java files can be reused by importing jars that include that java class file, by extending or by "new" etc.So i was wondering if i can use this framework's JSP files like Java files.
 
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JSP files visualize specific views. I'm having a hard time imagining how you'd reuse them, but I'm not familiar with the source code of that project.
The exception would be snippets of JSP that you include in other JSPs, and thus use in many places. An examination of the source code will tell you if the project uses a lot of those.

I got this framework from google searching.i was looking for a "java technologies used" framework.In this framework it uses java technologies.


I guess I don't understand this approach. Any sizable Java product will use lots of libraries, but that generally is not of primary concern in choosing such a product. Issues such as features and support are more important, and (if you want to hack away at the source) a maintainable code base that's amenable to changes. (I am of course assuming that this is for a project that is supposed to deliver value to users; if it's entirely a learning project for you, the requirements would be different.)
 
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