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Hi there

I am making an "Web Based ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning) application".And I have decided to use following technology I will use.

1)For Front End Design:JSP+Servlets,Java Script+Ajax+HTML+CSS+JQuery.
2)Frameworks:Spring+Hibernate
3)Database:Oracle 11g
4)Development Tools:Eclipse IDE.
5)Programming Language:Java,Web Services


Is there any thing that I can use to make it better than these technology.

Kind let me know from Front End to database to framework.

This application has 300 users.


Thanks
 
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"Better" in what sense? It would be hard to recommend other choices, as we don't know your requirements.

"Web services" is not a programming language, by the way, it is an architectural approach. You really need a SOAP or REST framework to implement it.
 
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This project is somehow similar to Other ERPs available on Net requirement are mostly similar to that those are available


So is there be better solution for these?
 
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The functional requirements have very little bearing on implementation details, so it doesn't matter too much what the app does.

You would select frameworks after you have done the technical design, because you don't even know what you need to do before that. Is the design in place?

Other considerations are pre-existing knowledge of the team, learning curves, constraints dictated by the hosting environment, etc.
 
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Hosting environment?

You mean Web Server or anything else.

If answar is Web Server.I am using Apache Server.

Is there any specific problems of Running ERP on apache Server not permit?
 
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Kishor Joshi wrote:
I am making an "Web Based ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning) application".And I have decided to use following technology I will use.

1)For Front End Design:JSP+Servlets,Java Script+Ajax+HTML+CSS+JQuery.
2)Frameworks:Spring+Hibernate
3)Database:Oracle 11g
4)Development Tools:Eclipse IDE.
5)Programming Language:Java,Web Services



BTW, how many of these technologies do you currently know? And how many do you have to learn during the project? ... because, quite frankly, if you are learning, that is a ridiculous amount of technology to learn and understand prior to (and during) a project. Heck, even the first item on the list is a ridiculous amount of technology to learn -- it could take months (or a years) to get up to speed.

Henry
 
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Yes Henry


But so far I have learn basic structure of web application making using them


So I can start work on development using these technologies
 
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Kishor Joshi wrote:Hosting environment? You mean Web Server or anything else.


No, there is a whole lot more to the hosting environment than the choice of web server. For Java code you will need an app server. You'll also need a DB, and possibly other servers (like a mail server). It all has to play nice with the physical machines available, and there are aspects such as scalability, load balancing, security, firewalls etc. If all this means nothing to you, then you need to talk to the network administrator to make sure the environment can support what you intend to deploy.
 
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Just to add a bit of context to this discussion. Based on this other thread by the OP I think we're talking about a school / college / university project here.
 
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