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Applets vs. JSP

 
cardwell cupp
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Hey guys and gals. I have been coding in Java for about a year. I have recently been assigned to change an applet based program to a jsp based site. What are the pro's to jsp? The con's? Is there a way to convert the applet without rewritting?
Thanks for your input
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Tony Alicea
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It looks like the business logic is going to be transferred to the Server (a Servlet?) from the client (an applet).
Probably a simple Model 2 (MVC) JSP/ControllerServlet/JavaBean implementation would suffice...
But w/o more data I can't be more specific...
 
Sarath Mohan
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Hello,
You had an applet client interaction when you developed applet based web application.
Now if you want to switch over to switch over you have to depend on HTML UIs, Java Script validations. Thus client side business logic will be thin.
Moreover the architecture will be request respose paradigm unlike Socket connection in Applet.
All business process should be done by server.
Thanks
 
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