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BOOK: Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development
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I've read the book. It has a great deal of interesting topics, concepts, etc. I turn to it whenever I have a J2EE question. High marks to Rod Johnson.

My question deals with implementing a web wizard. Rod devotes a whole section to form processing, validating, etc. and mentions that it deals with individual form handling, not wizard-style forms.

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Dan
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Dan,

The Spring Framework open source project is based on the book's download and has many new features including web wizard support. Spring is the definitive home of the source now, and I'd encourage you and other readers to switch to that version. There are now over 10 developers and a growing community. The approach and overall design remains consistent with the book's themes.

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