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Java Framework to maintain a Blog

 
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Hi, I have a website which was build using Struts2 framework and Mysql. and is deployed in Tomcat 7.0.

Within my website, along with the existing pages,  I am trying to maintain a blog where i can post some analysis and let the people comment/share/reply...  

Is there any frame work avaialble to achieve this where i can directly plug into my existing Struts2.0 Web application ?


Thanks in Advance
 
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Pebble is a quite capable Java/JSP blogging web app which should not be hard to integrate into your existing web app.
 
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