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What technology do I use?

 
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I have a requirement for building an application that has a couple of JSP pages with a lot of data to be handled. Also, based on the data, i might want to generate a graph, chart etc. How do I choose the best technology to do that?
I had struts in mind to render my presentation logic. Is there anything better that I can use or can I just depend on JSP and Java to do the work for me?

Any input on this would be very helpful

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Mahua
 
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Mahua,

Check about Flex . Its good technology to build Rich Internet Applications.

 
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Yes, Struts is a good option for small and mid-size application. You can integrate with JCharts and JReports to render graphs and charts.
 
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Hi Mahua,

For reporting you can try oracle discoverer reporting it is very easy to tie up with java application.

You can get information about it from Oracle site.

 
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