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Hi
I want to design a Online test application in j2ee. The questions are in the database. Can anyone tell me which framework should i consider. Can you please chip in your idea's or recommendation. I am bit confused as of now about how to go ahead.

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Makarand Parab
 
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Originally posted by Makarand Parab:
Hi
I want to design a Online test application in j2ee. The questions are in the database. Can anyone tell me which framework should i consider. Can you please chip in your idea's or recommendation. I am bit confused as of now about how to go ahead.

Regards
Makarand Parab



Hi,
Prepare the code first, it may be an servlet/jsp/html page. After writing it, you can use J2EE/JWS/WebLogic/Tomcat server to deploy your application.
First start the server you are using, then keep the compiled java files , htmml and jsp files. And place in respective places and execute those pages in browser
 
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If you're not very familiar with Servlets and JSP, I wouldn't rush into a framework. Once you do understand the core issues, a framework can save you a lot of time when building large projects but until then, it's better to just build everything yourself.

Once you do have a firm grip on Servlet/JSP programming, you will be in a better position to evaluate and choose from the multitude of frameworks avaliable.
 
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Originally posted by Ben Souther:

Once you do have a firm grip on Servlet/JSP programming, you will be in a better position to evaluate and choose from the multitude of frameworks avaliable.



Wiser words have rarely been said.
 
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"kishore y s",

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