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Taking Advantage of Commons in my Framework

 
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I'm a J2EE architect and I'm trying to build a common framework for my 20+ .war Java Web applications (JSP, Servlets, Javabeans). They all live in one iPlanet/Solaris box. There's a lot of similarities across these applications.. How would I go about this. I started something a long the following lines:
Commong Business Process
Logging
Configuration
Security
Exception Handling
Pooling
Common Utils and Libraries
What else can I add, and where can I get info about each one of the above layers?
I'd really appreciate some help here.
My email is tmzayed@dm.gov.ae
 
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Please don't crosspost. There are already answers to this question at https://coderanch.com/t/373400/java/java/Common-Framework
I will request that this thread gets closed.
 
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