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Recommend a framework.

 
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So, its been a while since I did any proper java enterprise development development . So I'm thinking I need to be looking at framework technologies again. Would like to ask you guys to recommend something suitable.

I was thinking of Spring - but know very little about this (inversion of contol and all that). Are there others, and how do they integrate into popular application servers and tools (always painful in my experience).

Would be looking for an many tier maybe using web services and distributed – so I guess Enterprise JAva Beans (but please not those old entity beans) – I think the new persistence in enterprise Java berans is a lot better, is it not? Also I would be thinking of using different technologies for the client – web applications, Swing apps, and maybe the possibility of java mobile stuff. Don’t really want to go down the Web two route – as I don’t like the idea of business logic in the client (or the database)..

Thank in advance…
 
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Spring is very useful when done right. You can integrate it with ORM frameworks as well. one of the most popular is hibernate.
 
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My stock web toolset includes the following:

Stripes - Web MVC Framework
Spring - Services, Transactions, DAO stuff only
iBatis/JDBC - Sometimes iBatis but usually using straight JDBC with Spring's SimpleJdbcTemplate stuff is plenty.
 
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