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ETC for refactoring a legacy .JSP project to Spring?

 
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Greetings,

Yes, I know it's a somewhat vague question, but given the parameter of, say, a 100-page legacy .JSP web app, how long would you estimate it would (could/should) take one developer to refactor the app into the Spring framework?

I know that there are a number of other factors to consider with this, but I am just looking for a general overview estimate.

TIA for your input.


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B.Katz
 
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B. Katz wrote:given the parameter of, say, a 100-page legacy .JSP web app, how long would you estimate it would (could/should) take one developer to refactor the app into the Spring framework?


You mean all JSP and no MVC,
Having sympathy for you, no one can really estimate the effort required to convert such project into Spring. You need to get some experienced MVC developer who got hands on experience on Spring MVC and let them decide how much (pain) effort it would require to make it Springify..

B. Katz wrote:I know that there are a number of other factors to consider with this, but I am just looking for a general overview estimate.

Again, if you asked me, I can't say anything unless I see code.
 
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