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Kyle,
I was reviewing your website, and see you are a fan of Struts. I am a big believer in frameworks, and now Design Patterns. It would appear that Struts would be a good start for a EJB project, but falls short of providing for server side design patterns. What do you recommend to marry the two. I'm aware of products like RealMethods, but would rather start with an open source product like Struts, and add to it to provide for server side EJB. Is that a reasonable approach?
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In a word, yes. Combine Struts with the design patterns from my book and Core J2EE patterns and you should be well on your way.
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Kyle,
Thanks for the response. I just found your EJB webcast on the IBM site and will listen to it.
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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