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Framework for JSP

Posted on 2011-09-26
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does anyone know of a good free framework to use for JSP for a website.  I only know of expensive options like ATG.  Not sure if I can get a  free version of ATG or something as good.  

I want to setup a website and use JSP but dont want to code for authentication, logging, sessio management and all the other messy stuff.

Note framework could be the wrong work,  I want something with the basic work done.  Think thats called a framework.  If I am wrong let me know so i can restructure question.

Benefits and drawbacks to framework suggested would be good help.
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Loganathan Natarajan earned 500 total points
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Did you try Struts?
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just reading about Struts any other suggestions
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