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Software for home use

 
Manjusha Muraleedas
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Hi All,

I am trying to build a software for my home use.

I mean, a software which has the following facilities..

1)personal details/
health status -> blood group/deseases/doctor

address ->village, panchayath, taluk address

2)educational qualifications
educational institutes
address
mark achieved

3)career
firms worked
year
address

4)calender/holidays/leave/planner

5)bank accounts/loans/EMI/principle amount
bank address
insurances/details

7)internet user accounts

8)phone numbers> ambulance, hospital, doctor, railway, bus, taxi, hotels

9)service providers/internet, dth, phone, mobile, gas,their user ids


I am the 'software firm' and my Husband is the client ;-)

So It is the design phase now. I have decided to do the same with Struts2, EJB3 and Mysql as Back end with JBOSS application server and the time frame is 6 months ,I am a working woman.

Please give your sincere opinion on the selection of softwares...I am experienced in struts 1.1 and EJB 2 and ORACLE PL/SQL. Need to study struts 2 and EJB3 and MySQL.



 
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Sounds like something which would sit better on another forum. I shall try the databases forum, because part of that looks like a database to me, and your thread might move to the Struts forum later.

By the way: putting things like "diseases" on a home computer could be hazardous if you are ever hacked into.
 
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The choise seems ok for me.
There are other options for each of the technologies you selected, but the selection you made is fine.
And six months seems to be very doable. This doesn't sound like a big exercise.

Good luck.
 
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...and a "Panchayath", is that a house block?
 
Manjusha Muraleedas
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Hi All,

Thank you for your replies...

@Campbell Ritchie ,
Thank you for choosing the right forum for me..

@Jan Cumps,
There are other options for each of the technologies you selected


can you please list down some of them...I know only struts and EJB ..I just went through some sites describing hibernate. But I am not so confident on that. I am not sure whether it can be used in the place of Struts...

Panchayath .. is a local government in a village.Its more than a house block.
 
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can you please list down some of them...I know only struts and EJB ..I just went through some sites describing hibernate. But I am not so confident on that. I am not sure whether it can be used in the place of Struts...

For persistence (your choice EJB), you could use JDBC, Hibernate, ...
For presentation and flow of control (your choice Struts), you could use servlets and JSP, JavaServerFaces, Spring, ...
And for the application server and database, there is quyite some choice too.

But you already made a selection of capable libraries and platforms.
 
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and my Husband is the client ;-)


then you can easily convience the client for delays
 
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