Automatically exported from code.google.com/p/jmap, due to Google decided to close the code.google.com.
I would take this as MIT license.
JMap is a Rails like Java web application framework started from 2008. Check the Wiki for simple user guide.
In a short, let's say, you have a URL is /jmap/main/login. You don't have to plan a configuration file for URL mapping. When this request coming to JMap, a Bean will be created and its execute() method will be called. This Bean instance will be set into the servlet Request scope. The controller class package-prefix.controller.Main method Login() will be called.
Intresting? :) go to Wiki page or checkout the source code to see what happen...
Important Note: Considering the CVE-2014-0114 (http://www.cvedetails.com/cve/CVE-2014-0114/), please upgrade to use commons-beanutils 1.9.2 and above.