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Hello,
I got a contract to make an accounting software.The company also wants to make their website online(no payments).Which is appropriate for the software, Visual Basic or java? If java i am thinking to use RMI. The database is sqlserver. For online store, will JSP and HTML be enough? This is my first work and I am little confused. Any suggestion?
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Hai!
Yea! HTML and JSP are a good choice to develop a dynamic website like online Shop.
No need of RMI. It's good only in distributed computing.
In a couple of days you can learn JSP and start designing the website.
Good Luck!!
 
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For Web based applications, JSP,HTML will be the ideal choice.
For distributed applications, you can think of RMI or EJB.
You might have to use develop components in Java Beans along with JSP.
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For Web based applications, JSP,HTML will be the ideal choice.
For distributed applications, you can think of RMI or EJB.
You might have to use develop components in Java Beans along with JSP.
All the best
 
Sandra Philip
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Hi,
Thank you for the great help. Why I wrote about RMI was, I also got a project to develop an accounting software. That company needs to install it on 5 computers. So I thought RMI would be suitable for that. Please correct me if I am wrong.
Thank you.
 
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Hi Sandra,
So, you have two accounting project ...
If possible try for an integrated solution. The internet application itself can be used in the intranet. The intranet users may have more facilities and features.
If such design is possible, maintainance (spelling?) cost will cut into half.
Regards,
Balaji
[ February 25, 2003: Message edited by: Jeya Balaji ]
 
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HI Sandra,
normally, RMI can be used if you want to seperate Presentation from the Business logic. You can keep the business logic in a seperate server and access the same from multiple clients. This approach helps a lot in maintaining the code.
For eg. If you want to make changes in the business logic, you need to change it only once on the server side. No need to make change on each client.
Hope that clarifies your doubt
Rakesh
 
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