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Meeting the performance requirement in the assignment

 
Yiu Wing Tsang
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In the assignment, there is a "hard" requirement of performance of the system. How should we handle this?

As the performance of the system is highly dependent of various factors like hardware, network, and the system architecture. I suppose many figures/real data/etc need to provide in order to prove to fulfill the "hard" requirement of performance.

Searching though this forum, most of us seems does not make much effort on this issue. Indeed, shall we need to talk about performance requirement in the assignment?
 
karthikeyan Chockalingam
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May read section 3.4.1 Presenting the User Interface in Designing Enterprise Applications with the J2EETM Platform, Second Edition by Inderjeet Singh, Beth Stearns,Mark Johnson, and the Enterprise Team. You will get one hint to say how the swing application can have better performance.
 
Cleuton Sampaio
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Hi,

I have addressed this subject in previous messages in this forum.

There are some approaches to achieve the desired service level. For example, I have used only DAOs and Stateless session beans. Other good approach is to use only coarse-grained messages.

In my project I have concentrated in the business logic and left the presentation issues off. My architecture supports both kinds of clients: web and swing.
 
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