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  • Migrating to Struts 2 - Part III

    by Ian Roughley on  Dec 05, 2006 19

    In this third and final part of the Struts 2 migration series, Struts committer Ian Roughely completes the migration of a Struts app to Struts 2, by migrating the user interface - jsps & tags. This series teaches Struts 2 architecture & the differences in request processing as well as how to configure a Struts2 app and combine actions and JSP's.

  • Migrating to Struts 2 - Part II

    by Ian Roughley on  Oct 18, 2006 13

    In this part of the Struts 2 migration series, Struts committer Ian Roughely looks at a real application and compares the Struts and Struts 2 implementations, identifies how to convert actions, configuration changes, and what parts of the codebase don't need to be converted.

  • Migrating Struts Apps to Struts 2

    by Ian Roughley on  Sep 19, 2006 16

    Struts committer Ian Roughely explains, from the perspective of a Struts developer, the high level architecture, basic request workflow, configuration semantics and differences in the action framework in the new Struts 2 (formerly WebWork). Armed with this knowledge, migrating an application of any size from Struts to Struts 2 should be simplified.

Casestudy: Brasilian National Healthcare System

Posted by Fabiane Nardon, Floyd Marinescu on  May 12, 2006

A detailed look at the implementation and architecture behind 2M line of code, truly mission critical Java application. 11

Simple JAVA and .NET SOA interoperability

Posted by Paul Hammant, Ian Cartwright, ThoughtWorks, Inc on  May 12, 2006

.NET and Java interop can be made really simple using a REST document centric approach. This article demonstrates REST for interop as well as POST-REST. 4

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