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    Default Basic Flow Of An MVC WebApplication

    Hello All,

    recently i have been assigned a new project on Spring which i am not aware. I have worked on Struts 2.0 can some help me out with a basic flow of the request and a small example may be. Sorry but i am new to Springs :( efforts will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks and regards,
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    Default Re: Basic Flow Of An MVC WebApplication

    Sorry guy, you'll have to do exactly the same as everyone else: start from the beginning and learn. Which means step 1: search for proper resources to learn from. I suggest you go to Amazon.com and check user reviews on books to know which one is good for a beginner, then snuggle up with it for a good while (the book after buying it, not Amazon.com!).

    But of course the documentation on the Spring website is a good free alternative.

    http://docs.spring.io/spring/docs/4....ce/htmlsingle/

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    Default Re: Basic Flow Of An MVC WebApplication

    Hi,

    I can recommend the book "Pro Spring 3" from Clarence Ho published by Apress.

    But if you just want to get the MVC / Web-Part, then maybe this book is not specific enough because it handles much more (e.g. starts with the DI pattern and such things).

    If you really just want to see the MVC stuff, then I would suggest the spring documentation and examples that gimbal2 also referenced.

    With kind regards,

    Konrad

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    Thank you :)

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    You can find an example here Sblog - Spring MVC and Spring JDBC Example

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    Default Re: Basic Flow Of An MVC WebApplication

    Please don't spam the forum with links to what I can only assume is your blog...
    Please do not ask for code as refusal often offends.

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    Hi you can see the Tutorial:

    Hello Spring & Principle of operations:

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    I take it you didn't read my post...
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