Web tier: servlets, JSP, Web frameworks: Looking for JSP framework
I am looking for a framework for "JSP". How a Java Beans, Tag Libs, XML Mapping for JSPs works toggether ? Any comments and suggestion will be helpful.
Thanks in advance,
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For JSP1.2 & servlets 2.3 specification
The following framework is indeed worth ,considering
JSP1.2/Servlet2.3 compliant container :Tomcat 4.01 (apache.org)
Webserver:Apache 1.2.x (www.apache.org)
Connection Pooling : PoolMan (www.codestudio.com)
JDBC driver : org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver
You should take a look at WebWork, which you'll find at:
It provides a good way to separate code from views (such as JSP's, but you can also use Velocity or XSLT), and is very easy to use.
We are using struts at the moment. It doesn't have tight XML integration, but it does a good job of separating the view and data components.
Try this URL for a pretty good and wide-ranging review of what's available out there (both JSP and Servlet-based solutions):
It's put out by Enhydra, but it looks quite unbiased.
Struts looks like the leading JSP framework. (If you like JSP -- personally, and not meaning to start an argument, BLEGH).
We use Oracle's Business Components framework based on the MVC pattern. It comes with a complete tag library for both prentation components and database access compenents. Very easy to use, and with their Jdev IDE, pretty quick to assemble with low learning curve.