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Inventory Control Application with J2EE

 
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We are going to develop an inventory control application for our company any it's remote branches with a central database. So one of the suggestions is to use JSP/ Servlets to develop this application.

I have developed various J2ee applications, but never have done an inventory control app with J2ee.
Is J2EE good for an application like inventory control system? We have identified j2ee to do this, as it's said that Java Swing applications are quite slow.

If we develop this inventory control application with j2ee to run in web browser, I wonder how the validations are done. Users may demand GUI controls like calendar, which is available in client server applications.
If you guys can give me an idea to help whether our decision to develop this app in j2ee is correct or not, it will help us a lot.

Thanks in advance,
Ranjith Kodikara (SCJP,SCWCD)
 
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Originally posted by Ranjith Kodikara:
as it's said that Java Swing applications are quite slow.



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