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Create a powerful super-stack that utilizes the strengths of both Spring and Java EE Use Java EE as the runtime for standardizations, ease-of-use, administration and scalability while Spring is used for flexibility and third party integration as well as preserving existing development investment/knowledge-base

Posted by dsachdev  |   Submitted: Dec 03 2010 / 12:32

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henk replied ago:

In the past, some of my projects did just that. But especially with EJB 3.1 I don't see the need anymore. One of the two now offers everything I need, why should I still use two?

Oh, and that one is Java EE 6 ;)

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