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Hello and thanks to allow me to be among you
it's been a while since I did develop in Java, and I have to recover. I am looking for an MVC model application where we could do the CRUD -Creation, Search, Update, Deletion in a DB- classical recording in a database, but without using a framework. I know we can do it by a few clicks with Spring, JSF, EJB etc .... but it does not interest me. I want to do it with raw code. As I have to get back into the code, I prefer to start only with classical Servlet-JSP-Java Bean.
Could anyone among you give me an address where I can download a standard application, with registration, connection, purchase, reservation, basket. It does not matter the DB. I wish an Application using session management, and Sevlet-application, and chiefly basket if possible. In fact a blueprint application in MVC-1 and if possible MVC-2

In advance, thank you for any help.
 
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There are a few examples right on the Ranch: https://coderanch.com/wiki/660258/Code-Barn-Servlets. They don't go as far as registration or shopping basket, though.
 
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This article outlines the structure of Java web applications. No framework is implied.
 
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