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hi,
i want to create a jee website ,
i am using eclipse IDE,
my question is what is the best framework Combination that i should use
1. spring mvc hibernate
2. struts hibernate
3.spring with struts and hibernate
....and your propositions
i want to know your opinions and advises


sorry : my english...i know it bad
 
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There is no single "best" framework. If you have no further requirements (and particularly if there is no one else to work on this), I'd suggest to use the one that you're most interested in learning.
 
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