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Med Shabe
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Yoo Ranchers,
I'm looking into creating a bulletin board for inter-departmental use. Could you kindly throw your 2 cents what java components would be appropriate for this; MVC model, EJB components or else?
Any on-line information that could get me started would greatly be appreciated.
Thanks much.
 
Anthony Villanueva
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Hi. I hope this link will help.
 
Val Pecaoco
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Hi Med,
I suggest that you hack JSP/Servlet/JavaBeans first if you're new into J2EE and not dive head-on with EJB. The experience will come very handy later on with EJB. And then use an MVC framework at first opportunity. Struts will be more like it.
Here's an excellent Struts article on developing a message/bulletin board, courtesy of InformIT.com:
Using the Struts Framework to Develop a Message Board--Part I: Introduction By Maneesh Sahu
It's a seven-part series so brace yourself Also, it's dated so just make the necessary adjustments; the main ideas are what's important.
Hope that helps. GL!
Ex Animo Java!
-- Val
[ August 06, 2002: Message edited by: Val Pecaoco ]
 
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