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Stripes & EJB 3.0

 
Daniel Jabonete
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Greetings!

I would like to kindly ask the workings of Stripes Framework together with EJB 3.0?

Thanks very much!

Daniel
 
Frederic Daoud
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Originally posted by Daniel Jabonete:

I would like to kindly ask the workings of Stripes Framework together with EJB 3.0?


Stripes works very well with other frameworks, including EJB 3.0. In short, Stripes does not get in your way of integrating your favorite frameworks for completing the stack.

More specifically, Stripes has a JPA plugin, Stripersist (available at http://www.stripes-stuff.org) which makes it a breeze to use JPA/EJB 3.0 with Stripes. You can use Hibernate, JPOX, OpenJPA....since JPA is a specification, it is implementation-agnostic.
 
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Hey Daniel,

You should take a look at the EJB3 Interceptor (here: http://www.stripesframework.org/display/stripes/EJB3+with+Stripes).
[ November 18, 2008: Message edited by: Samuel Santos ]
 
Daniel Jabonete
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Thanks for your prompt responses!

Seems Stripes have the pragmatic approach in terms of doing web app development.

What about flexibilities, and the ACIDity when it comes to request/response over HTTP/S?

Kind regards!
 
pawan chopra
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Can you suggest some good tutorial for Stripes??
 
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Originally posted by pawan chopra:
Can you suggest some good tutorial for Stripes??


You'd have better luck asking your question in a new thread rather than hijacking this one.
 
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