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hi
i am beginner in framework.i saw lot of framework in sites,but i couldn't understand, which farmework shall i use.

actually we are plane to convert our project to framework.
in our project we are using only java,jsp and usebean.

ne one tell me, which framework shall i use, which easy and quickly convert project.

Thanks in advance

Mitesh Bhimjiyaani
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

Indeed, there are many frameworks out there, with widely differing capabilities. The important question is, which requirements do you have that the framework needs to satisfy? What should it do for you?
 
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hi bartender
thanks for your reply.

i dont wana use struts,ejb , i mean new technology.
i wana use simple struture , where can i easliy use database pool, and all configuration which we are currently using.
i mean to say without hard-work.
is theire ne framework ? if yes then tell me ,so we will start work on that.

Note : after convert this project in framework, we will use latter new technology.
 
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hi Ulf Dittmer
by mistake i wrote bartender, sorry for that.


Thanks

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Without knowing what you want to do it's impossible to tell you what tools to use.

If you are building a supertanker suggesting a watchmaker's screwdriver wouldn't be much use for example, right?
 
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