Michael Kazekin

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Recent posts by Michael Kazekin

Thank you, Mr.Wenting for reply!

Would you be so kind and decipher what you have meant by saying "...Java backend talking over IP sockets" and "...using SOAP"

For me OS "virtuality", mentioned in previous reply, doesn't relate only to
network connections. It is also a question of file, memory, threads&process management etc.
17 years ago
Sorry, I forgot to answer your question, Mr. Brogden. It MAY be quite heavy on graphic, but it is the one intended for representing "static" presentations. No graphics editor, or something like this. The upper estimate of required disk space is about 30M.
17 years ago
First of all, I would like to thank you, Mr. Ess and you, Mr. Brogden for replying. In my opinion, one of the best solution is to design system as OS-dependent frontend (for the majority of customers it would be Win32 API-based, and for others having fast PCs - .NET-based, all written in C++) and OS-independent backend (C++), containing much of business logic. In fact it would be looking as two virtual OSs. Suppose, patterns bridge and proxy are always welcomed :-). But my heart belongs to Java yet, and I can do nothing with it. In addition, taking the above-mentioned choice, I am to spend a month studying .NET platform. Of course, I'd prefer Java!
17 years ago
Sorry if I'm offtopic, but anyway, I'd like to ask for help:

Would you be so kind and tell me what is the maximum RE version to run on Pentium 90, 16 RAM, Win95 or similar. I must decide which platforms to use, and there are three candidates: JavaSE, Win32 (API + MFC), or .NET. Requirements above are minimal, but the majority of customers uses just these machines? And I don't know what to do.... Help me please.
17 years ago