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Default Spring and J2EE Design Patterns

Hi, I'm new to for forum so forgive me if this has already been covered.

I'm currently reading through this book while working on a Spring-based project. The book blasts the J2EE design patterns pretty heavily. Is there anything out there that lays out which of the Core J2EE Design Patterns from Sun are no longer needed because of Spring and a mapping of those already provided through Spring? I have a boss who is VERY big on the Core patterns and need to justify our not using some of them now that we're using Spring.

Kevin L. Stewart
Sr. Software Architect
High Performance Technologies, Inc.


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