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shreehari Gopalakrishnan
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HI All

I am presently working on a project in J2EE which uses cleveland architecture. But in the current industry i can hear only about J2EE with Struts.I asked my technical managers that why we are using Cleveland insted of struts.they said it is based on client's request.

so my question is
1) if u r a client what u will choose to make a distributed application for u'r large firm

2) is there any specific reason for choosing cleveland in the place of struts?

3) struts is open source still why client choosed cleveland architecture

Masters to Answer !

 
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I have never in my life heard about the Cleveland Architecture. That one's beyond me.

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Little bit of Googling shows that he's probably talking about the original name for what Oracle now calls their "MVC framework for J2EE." It's been at least 3 years and two major revisions since it's been called "Project Cleveland":

http://otn.oracle.com/sample_code/tech/java/oc4j/pdf/whitepaper.pdf

http://otn.oracle.com/products/ias/htdocs/MVC2.0ProductionReleaseNotes.html

http://otn.oracle.com/products/ias/htdocs/MVC3.0.2ReleaseNotes.html
 
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