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St�phane TRAUMAT

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We created joffad: which is a small framework coming along with a simple project (struts+ejb). I think it's nice to see how is a simple project...
Then, you would watch at for a full featured web site with the best practices

Have fun!

I advise you to take a look at this open source product:

From what I heard, it's really a good software to work with portlets
I'm not a spring specialist.. I will just speak about my own experience...

I will reply according to what we usually use in my company. The typical architecture we are using :
- Database : PostgreSQL because it can easily deal with 1 GB database.
- Persistence layer : Hibernate because it's easy, efficient and don't miss any features (unlike CMP).
- Services layer : Session EJB because they handle transactions, security and communications.
- Presentation layer : Struts because it's an industry choice but we plan to move to JSF.

*EJB 2.1 + xdoclet seems exceeded and dont' like it; it is however best to use it because IDE and support is better tested and more diffusd?*
We really love XDoclet to develop our stateless bean. We don't have IDE support for it but it's not really needed. Our statless bean source looks like POJO thanks to xdoclet.

*I heard about Spring as a new filosophy, i must belive on it? *
Seems it's quite nice indeed...

*Than, if i study EJB 3 i must improve also Hibernate 3 or is inside Ejb technology?*
I'm not sure if the question but i think u should concentrate on Hibernate 3 and wait for the EJB spec to be "done".

You can download the javamail api at

Then, you can send a mail with this kind of code:

It's quite simple and it works very well