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Bill Tran
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Hello All,
I'm a new student to J2EE, maven, and struts framework. I'm trying to understand how an enterprise application with these technologies work.

I see an application that uses J2EE technology and uses struts as its framework, then uses maven to build the projects. Separately, I know how these work, but together, I can't picture them all integrated and how they work with each other. Can someone please explain this so that a newbie can understand?

Thanks for your help.
John.
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Bill/John,
Which is your name? Your display name says Bill, but you signed the post John?

Start with Struts 2. That is used for the web. J2EE could be used around it to provide an ear file. Or it could be using EJBs. Depends which part of EJB. Maven is last; it is used to crate the ear file.
 
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