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java-based (open-source preferred) e-commerce framework

 
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This question was asked back in 2002, but thought I'd ask again.

And yup, I've search sourceforge.

Anyone know of any java-based open-source product catalog/ shopping cart frameworks ?

Failing that.. are there design patterns for this type of web application ?
 
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have u checked the serverside site? it has a nice catalog of current patterns.
 
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there's also a pattern site called www.patternscentral.com. You might find interesting stuff there.
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Ok, a return to a very old topic.

This is EXACTLY what I was wanting... not just a pattern, but a whole "thing".

http://www.oscommerce.com

check out the community-driven extensions:
http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions


does anyone know about something similar that is based on Java "best-practice" concepts. By that I mean "not just a bunch of JSPs".
 
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what's wrong with "just a bunch of JSPs"?
I assume they at least included some beans and other classes?
Or do you mean "something using EJB because that's the only true J2EE"?
 
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no, not j2ee.

but distinctly NOT model-1 stuff (by 'just' i meant 'no compiled classes whatsoever').
 
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