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Learning Struts

by Jason Dong In reply to Java Fans

These days I start to learn Struts framework,I do many exercise about it.Now I feel very well.

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Learning Struts

by Jason Dong In reply to Learning Struts

Just do it.

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Learning Struts

by dfirefire In reply to Learning Struts

I'm working on a Struts-Hibernate project myself. It's a rather
challenging project, but Struts helps me a lot, as does Hibernate. Both
need getting used to, but are very handy once mastered.<br />
Keep up the good work!<br />

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Start a new java project.

by Jason Dong In reply to Java Fans

<p>These days,our group is starting to establish a new technical community.We use iBATIS as the persistence layer and use Struts to support our MVC modul.I find that iBATIS is a very strong framework,it make our project easyer and more flexible.It lift up my head.</p>

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Start a new java project.

by dfirefire In reply to Start a new java project.

I'm using Struts and Hibernate as persistence layer. Haven't heard
about iBATIS yet. Have you considered Hibernate and turned it down for
some reason? Or is it just a taste matter?

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Start a new java project.

by Jason Dong In reply to Start a new java project.

<p>I considered using Hibernate at one time.During that period I had to face two framework:iBATIS and Hibernate,the reason for choosing iBATIS was that both frameworks were all unacquainted for us,and we had a little time to be familiar with them,so we chose a more simple of them,and another reason was that in our company some body had ever used iBATIS framework for a while.So,we chose it.Good luck for you <a href="http://techrepublic.com.com/5213-6257-0.html?id=1289394&redirectTo=%2f1320-22-20.html">dfirefire@...</a></p>

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Consumer is God!!!!

by Jason Dong In reply to Java Fans

<p>We are doing a java project these days.So I have to face some problems,such as Requirements Analysis,Requirements Definition,Architecture Design,Module Design and so on.But you will find the most difficult problem is not that I cannot implement the requirements but is that you can never?totally understand the requirements,because that the consumer is a god and he can change his requirements at any moment.As a common programmer,what would you say?Nothing!!!</p>

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Consumer is God!!!!

by dfirefire In reply to Consumer is God!!!!

Wrong! I've learned this the hard way, but nowadays I've taken a
different approach: the written requirement agreement. A lot of my
problems happened because others talked to the client, and I got the
information second hand. You should take plenty of time sitting down
with the customer and outlining the project in every detail, what it
will be able of, and certainly what not. At the end of this
conversation (or conversations), you should have a gentleman's
agreement on the requirements, of which you write the details down and
give or send a copy to the customer. This way, when he changes his
mind, you can look him in the eyes and say something like: "Okay, this
is possible, but since this thing was not in the original requirements,
it will have some (or huge) effect on the deadline and cost
calculation...". At that moment, YOU are in charge! It might still be a
lot of work, but you'll get paid for it, and if you can't make the
deadline because of it, he'll know that he is the reason...

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Consumer is God!!!!

by Jason Dong In reply to Consumer is God!!!!

<p>That' really a good approach!!!</p>
<p>Thank you for your kindness.I will adopt it.</p>

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by Jason Dong In reply to Java Fans

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