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Spring and Weblogic ?

 
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Has anyone used Spring together with Weblogic 8.1 ? Weblogic 8.1 comes with their proprietary Pageflow technology, which is based on Struts. If I chose to use Spring framework for presentation, is that possible ? Has anyone done so successfully ?

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WebLogic 8.1 having its PageFlow (nowadays an Apache project named Beehive, by the way) does not in any way prevent you from using Spring MVC, Struts without PageFlow, WebWork, SiteMesh, Tapestry, JSF, etc. You just decide that you're not going to use the PageFlow and that's it.
 
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Suman,

We use WebLogic on a variety of projects and Spring works nicely in there. There is no integration at the moment with Pageflows, but I am looking at integrating with Beehive.

At the end of the day, Spring replaces a bunch of the services like Pageflows. I find that I use a J2EE server for JMS, transaction management etc, and not for features like Pageflows.

Rob
 
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