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help me to decide the frame work i need to use......

 
kalyen kumar
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hey all,

I am into developing a web application for a very big hospital...
The technologies they want to use are:
  • Flex
  • Spring
  • Hibernate
  • SQL server


  • Thats fine, however the problem is that this application should be built with such an architecture so that it should run as a stand alone application serving small hospitals and also run as a web application serving its original purpose...

    So, my application has to be
    1) WEB APPLICATION
    2) STAND ALONE APPLICATION
  • What is the approach I need to take
  • Do any of the above mentioned technologies are not compatible with second standalone requirement.
  • Which layers(presentation, business, database) require changes when a web application is to be made as standalone application.


  • All suggestions and discussions will be helpful for me.
    Thanks in advance.
     
    Mark Spritzler
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    That is the whole thing. You design it in layers, so the Service layer talks to the DAO/Repository layer, which talks to the database. These three layers are always the same no matter what is used as the view technology, either Web or Stand-Alone.

    Mark
     
    kalyen kumar
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    Agreed, Thanks for the reply.

    Any links that give me more information on this.....

    Thanks in advance
     
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