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J2EE Application on Laptop !!

 
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Dear friends,

Is there anything that can stop me from building a complete J2EE application with Oracle DB connectivity at a Laptop/Notebook model?
If it is possible then what is minimum system configuration requirement that is needed for the same?
Please reply ASAP,
Thanks & Regards,
Nitin
 
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You can have a J2EE application running on your laptop.
 
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Nitin,
The system requirements depend on the application server you want to run. For example, WebSphere uses more resources than Tomcat.
 
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I have a Dell Latitude with 512 megs of RAM running IRAD 6, the WebSphere Test Environment, and the JetSpeed2 portal for testing JSR-168 portlets. I use it for proof of concept stuff, and it gets a little tired sometimes, but I've certainly created many a J2EE and portal application with it.

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Hey Thanks a lot all of you. Now I can go for a Laptop !!
Thanks Again
Cheers !!
Nitin
 
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