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J2EE Architecture , how much helpful for Ecommerce Application  RSS feed

 
s_malik77
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Mine is a Powerful and big application for ecommerce related to the Travel industry. As of now I am using the concept of Tags (which are self defined), and classes written by me parse the tags to get the value of the variables and also call the relevant include files (which contain my html code). This application is so big that it contains around 600 classes and plus 1000s of include and html files. Also consider the fact that I am not using any of the server side technologies like Servlets,JSP or ASP. I have got my own self-written server which runs on a particular port and listens to every request coming to that port.
I have a hunch that my business is slowing down because of some bugs into this application, but this is only a hunch as I have not been able to point out the bugs. I need advise on whether to shift the focus of my application from the current application driven to any of the modern technologies like Servlets/JSP or may be even EJB. And what are the factors which invite me to do so ? I hope anyone who answers this question will be able to understand the magnitude and implications of this question.
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sridhar satuloori
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J2EE is the solution for your problem. even a single servlet container like Tomcat will fit to your business. It relieves you from almost all the problems you are facing with your proprietery server. With J2EE you can concentrate more on e-commerce application.
hope this helps
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Originally posted by s_malik77:
Mine is a Powerful and big application for ecommerce related to the Travel industry. As of now I am using the concept of Tags (which are self defined), and classes written by me parse the tags to get the value of the variables and also call the relevant include files (which contain my html code). This application is so big that it contains around 600 classes and plus 1000s of include and html files. Also consider the fact that I am not using any of the server side technologies like Servlets,JSP or ASP. I have got my own self-written server which runs on a particular port and listens to every request coming to that port.
I have a hunch that my business is slowing down because of some bugs into this application, but this is only a hunch as I have not been able to point out the bugs. I need advise on whether to shift the focus of my application from the current application driven to any of the modern technologies like Servlets/JSP or may be even EJB. And what are the factors which invite me to do so ? I hope anyone who answers this question will be able to understand the magnitude and implications of this question.

 
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