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  • Roo + Wicket ?

    Is it possible to use roo with a Wicket/Spring stack (without Spring MVC)?

    I'm imagining that I could use roo to generate the business/persistence objects and use Wicket mainly in the presentation layer. What do you think?

    Or maybe I have to have patience with a wicket add-on:
    http://code.google.com/p/spring-roo-wicket-addon/

    I hope to get the best from a component framework (Wicket) and roo...

    Any input is appreciated!

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    It is great to see that a Roo Wicket integration addon is underway. Maybe you can get in contact with the project owner of that project and help out with his efforts?

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    • #3
      For my understanding, the Wicket is one of very few stateful Java based web frameworks (another I know is Seam). The Roo comes with Spring MVC which is stateless. The application structure are different between based on a stateful and based on a stateless one. The classic layers are resistance, server, controller for the stateless while a different structure for stateful. I don't know the difference impact on the integration. Just a thought.

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