Messy JDBC code? Answer - spring framework

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Messy JDBC code? Answer - spring framework

Postby neilg » Mon Nov 07, 2005 8:54 pm

Anyone frustrated with messy JDBC code and horrible try/catch blocks the answer is the spring framework. See the manual - the JDBC section.
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Postby new_soft » Tue Nov 08, 2005 5:37 pm

Hi Neil,
I just want to know if Spring framework is like STRUTS framework (wich implement MVC architecture ) or Not. If NOT so what's the difference or what are the advantages of Spring framework.
Thanks
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Spring a breath of fresh air

Postby neilg » Tue Nov 08, 2005 6:02 pm

The best answer would be to go and check it out yourself see http://www.springframework.org I'm only using the JDBC section at the moment but it is full of goodies. There is a PDF doc you can download to see all the features it contains. I only include the jars that seem to relate to the JDBC stuff. The JDBC abstraction is based on a book by I think Rod Johnson .

I haven't used struts for all I know struts would be a better answer! But I'm enjoying my newfound JDBC freedom

new_soft wrote:Hi Neil,
I just want to know if Spring framework is like STRUTS framework (wich implement MVC architecture ) or Not. If NOT so what's the difference or what are the advantages of Spring framework.
Thanks
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Postby new_soft » Tue Nov 08, 2005 9:28 pm

DONE.

Thank you
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