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New to Ejb. Pls. Help

 
anirudh bargotra
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I am 2yrs. exp. java programmer. I am new to the world of Enterprise java , Rigt now i am in a problem........
I have a client/server Application created in VB and Oracel running locally which is,using this application we have to generate some reports which need's extensive processing. Now I have to make this application web enabled If i try it with the servlets I takes too much of the time and most of the times the process hangs.......
Is using Ejb and J2EE or Weblogic a right type of solution for this type of problem
Does Application server does fast processing then web server

pls. help
Anirudh
 
Kyle Brown
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You will not gain speed just through porting your application code to EJB's. EJB's are not a "silver bullet". You need to do some performance analysis on your existing appliation and determine why it is not performing. Begin by downloading a performance profiler like OptimizeIt! from VMGear or JProbe from Sitraka (make sure it works with your web container before downloading it!)
Then you can use some of the hints and techniques in books like Peter Haggar's "Practical Java" or Dov Bulka's "Server-Side Programming Techniques (Java(TM) Performance and Scalability, Volume 1)".
Another good reference is Harvey Gunther's short paper on the 20 biggest performance stealers in Servlet and EJB code (http://www-4.ibm.com/software/webservers/appserv/ws_bestpractices.pdf)
Kyle
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[This message has been edited by Kyle Brown (edited November 10, 2001).]
 
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