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souha jerbi
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hi,
i am not really sure if it's the best place to ask this question but i want to have an idea about why some people design new frameworks where a miltitude of oprn souce J2EE frameworks are available?

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Ulf Dittmer
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Presumably because none of the existing frameworks works the way those folks would like their framework to work.
 
Paul Clapham
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It can also happen that people design a framework because they were unaware that a suitable framework already existed. (This almost happened to me before I found out about Hibernate.)

There are also (misguided) managers who do not allow their programmers to use "third-party" software. Or so I have heard. I don't know how you can work that way in today's Java environment, though.
 
Brian Legg
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Paul Clapham wrote:It can also happen that people design a framework because they were unaware that a suitable framework already existed. (This almost happened to me before I found out about Hibernate.)

There are also (misguided) managers who do not allow their programmers to use "third-party" software. Or so I have heard. I don't know how you can work that way in today's Java environment, though.


Exact thing happened to me in 2000. Manager made me create a "home grown" XML -> Java program to test our system using XML test cases. I was too junior at the time to think of any alternatives. :mad:
 
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