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Map Java architecture stack to .NET RRS feed

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  • User-1909608374 posted

    Coming from Java background, I have understanding of what works in the Java world. Can you please translate this architecture stack into the .NET world? I am not looking for equivalents to specific layers of the stack, but a proven end-to-end stack that is known to work in the real world:

    Thanks!

    Architecture Stack:
    Hibernate
    Spring DAO
    Spring Declarative transaction management
    Domain model POJOs
    Spring MVC
    BlazeDS
    Flex
    Flex Interactive data visualization for charting and interactive data analysis

    Cross cutting concerns:
    Security using Acegi+ACL (Data content authorization for user roles)
    Testing with Mock Objects
    Deployment using Ivy+Ant
    Logging with Log4J

    Tuesday, March 2, 2010 12:05 PM

Answers

  • User437720957 posted

    Hibernate

    NHibernate

    Spring DAO

    Spring.NET DAO

    Spring Declarative transaction management

    Spring.NET Declarative transaction management, Castle Windsor Transaction Facility

    Domain model POJOs

    Domain model POCOs

    Spring MVC

    ASP.NET MVC

    BlazeDS

    FlourineFX

    Flex

    Well, why not just go with Flex... If you really want to move into .NET then Silverlight is the corresponding technology.

    Flex Interactive data visualization for charting and interactive data analysis

    ....

    Security using Acegi+ACL (Data content authorization for user roles)

    As far as I know, nothing quite like it, but you may get what you want from Rhino Security or AzMan (not implying that they are similar in any way)

    Testing with Mock Objects

    Rhino Mocks / Moq / NMock / TypeMock

    Deployment using Ivy+Ant

    .NET has MSBuild and ...... NAnt. The dependency stuff is not nearly as developed, but HornGet may get there eventually.

    Logging with Log4J

    Log4N

    • Marked as answer by Anonymous Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:00 AM
    Thursday, March 4, 2010 4:55 PM