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WebLEAFTest, a web application to test and showcase the features of the WebLEAF framework
https://webleaftest.dev.java.net/

INTRODUCTION
------------
WebLEAF is a servlet framework whose main goal is to help
in the development of web server side applications written
in Java.

WebLEAFTest is an application that demonstrates how WebLEAF
works and how some of its features can be used. It also serves
as a testbed to run functional tests against WebLEAF.
At the same time and while we are at it, it is a demo of how a
web application can be funcionally tested from Ant using HTMLUnit
as testing engine and Jetty as an embedded container.

LICENSE
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This software is licensed under the LGPL license. Please
refer to the file ./www/WebLEAFTest-License.txt and
./www/Third-party-libraries-licenses.txt for specific details
and more license and copyright information.

BUILDING THE APPLICATION
----------------------
Refer to the file BUILDME.txt for instructions on how to build
the library. The included build.xml downloads all the required
dependencies using Ivy(http://incubator.apache.org/ivy/) but if
you want to have a look at all the dependencies, check the included
ivy.xml.
Be aware that there are many dependencies, as the project does many
many things, even though the web application itself is relatively simple.
Some of the things that it does:
.- Downloads all the required libraries using Ant.
.- Reads the Database schema and generates code from that.
.- Generates Hibernate descriptors using XDoclet.
.- Tests the application, HTTP and even JSON requests, using an embedded container.
.- Showcases an application with business logic in plain Java, Hibernate, JPA, Groovy, PHP...
...
 
 
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