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Dallas Cowboy
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Hi all,
Let me declare first that I'm no J2EE expert and still consider myself
as an adolescent in this area. I have worked on quite a few J2EE
projects and noticed that each time, my team is following their own
way/template of developing code. Also there is quite a substantial
amount of code reproduction. My post here is regarding creating a
framework/factory of components that can be reused as I go along
projects.

I wish standardize the development approach, by using a framework that
all developers will use to write apps. I know there are Struts,
Velocity, Torque and many more. I want to keep this simple and stupid.
Can the J2EE gurus out there help me here and also give me your
valuable experience on how you used, a framework for JDBC, JMS, Web
(Servlets, JSP) and EJB.

Can I choose the best of breed frameworks and if so how?

Thanks a ton for all replying and helping me.
 
Kishore Dandu
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One observation from my side is if there is decent usage of 'Design patterns' there is less scope for reproduction and clear separation of different layers. Make sure that you are using some of the helpful patterns like service locator, session facade, Entity factory etc.
 
Dogra
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Make the developer aware of the J2EE Desing patter.. in different layes.

Presentation
Business
Intergration layer.

keep the Project specific reusable code in common place..and share the Learings.

Dogra
 
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