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Terrible and poor designed framework

 
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Title:Terrible and poor designed framework

JSF, CMP EJB1.X

please tell me others

Struts 2?
Maybe, But I just don't like too much xml configuration setting even annotation in java code.
Somebody told me webwork2 is good. I believe webwork2 is good but it should use “struts” to cheat people use webwork2
 
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I have no idea what you're asking.

Wading in and throwing around framework insults probably isn't a very productive approach.
 
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well, any more feedback?
 
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Feedback for what? You said JSF and CMP EJB1.X were terrible and poor designed framework (off-topic for this forum) then brought up WebWork, which is now Struts 2 and said you didn't like XML or annotations. There's nothing give feedback about except the off-topic part and the insulting part. If you don't like XML or annotation config then make sure your S2 app can use the convention plugin and skip all the configuration.

What else do you expect?
 
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some people still have no IDEA, how easy can configuration and XML get...
 
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I agree with David - I don't see this topic going anywhere good, so I'm closing it.
 
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