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From David Le Strat <dlest...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Jetspeed2 and MVC idea
Date Fri, 24 Oct 2003 03:43:44 GMT
Todd,

What about using Struts or JSF as your Portlet MVC
model? Looks like the Struts team is working with a
Struts version compatible with JSR168 and the final
release of JSF should be compatible as well.

Regards,

David.

--- Todd Kuebler <tkuebler@cisco.com> wrote:
> 
> I continue to believe that the Portlet idea in
> practice should simply 
> implement the controller paradigm of the MVC instead
> of being some class 
> that needs extending by the typical web developer
> just to create a html 
> fragment.  Just like servlets are best served by
> something like Struts, I 
> believe portlets are best served by something like
> the MVCPorlet 
> idea.   There should be a config file that ties
> actions/events to views, 
> which the controller (portlet) uses to render it's
> fragment.
> 
> Maybe the J2 core doesn't deal with that, only
> providing a container for 
> JSR 168, but as a portal implementation it will have
> to deal with this idea 
> sooner or later to reach maturity imho since web
> applications are almost 
> universally seeking the MVC paradigm going forward.
> 
> Thoughts?
> 
> 
> %regards -tk
> 
> 
>
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