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JSP vs. java application

 
Peter Bergoff
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Hi everyone,

I'm still debating whether or not to interpret the requirements to mean it is necessary to create 2 unique user interfaces - one for customers and one for travel agents. There is no explanation as to why it would be necessary to use different front ends. Also, aren't both of these java applications?

Thoughts?
 
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2 user interfaces might quite well give rise to 2 different technologies on the front end like jsp-browser-TCP-IP Network versus WML-over-WAP for Palms, handy's approach?

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Peter Bergoff
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Thanks for responding!

Hmmmm. I agree if there were requirements like users accessing the sytem via palm pilot there may be different UIs. But there isn't. What is the handy's approach?
 
C Chavan
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Check out -
http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_enterprise_applications_2e/web-tier/web-tier5.html#1078631

Section 4.4.2.2 Serving Multiple Client Types

For assignment purpose, whether to have different client type, it is for candidate to decide
 
Sanz Vai
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Chavan, wonderful link!
 
Peter Bergoff
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Very good link. Thanks.
 
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