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    Dear All,

    I am new to java.

    We want to migrate our existing business application on java platform.

    Which technology/framework will be best to develop business application.

    We will use oracle or sql server database.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Java Technologies

    I fear that there is no generic reply to this. It depends on the application and your requirement.

    My suggestion would be to ask an experienced Java developer/architect which deep knowledge of available technologies to make the design / make suggestions what is possible.

    With kind regards,

    Konrad

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    Default Re: Java Technologies

    In general it is quite popular to use an application framework/IoC (Inversion of Control) container such as Spring, coupled with an ORM (object-relational mapping) framework/library such as Hibernate for persistence.

    However, the decision on what Java technologies to use very much depends on the nature of the application and the expertise that is available. E.g., if the application needs very quick and frequent database access, then you may want to do away with the ORM framework, and use straight JDBC instead. Therefore this question is best answered by your resident Java architect. If you don't have one, then I'd recommend first doing lots of reading on the technologies that are available, and look for technology comparison-type articles.

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    Default Re: Java Technologies

    Times are changing. Nowadays there is a push to do more on the client and less on the server, the so called "single page web applications". The server side component is then more RESTful webservice oriented rather than the traditional server side frameworks.

    In any case the tools and frameworks used won't matter one bit if the people don't know their stuff.
    "Syntactic sugar causes cancer of the semicolon." -- Alan Perlis

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    Default Re: Java Technologies

    I'm a big fan of Grails. You get the big iron of java enterprise with a more modern dynamic framework. I'm currently the technical lead on about a dozen grails apps - we've had a lot of fun with it over the years! Grails - The search is over.

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    And this is why these kind of questions are useless to ask - if you get 10 replies you get 10 different answers each claiming to be "the one" ;)
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    Default Re: Java Technologies

    Yep! You're absolutely right. It's just a survey.

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    Default Re: Java Technologies

    Quote Originally Posted by gimbal2 View Post
    And this is why these kind of questions are useless to ask - if you get 10 replies you get 10 different answers each claiming to be "the one" ;)
    Only 10 answers?
    I can probably come up with 10 "the one's" just by myself...:)
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    Retro is hip these days. I would use JDK 1.3, dig up a copy of Weblogic 7 and get creative with JSP and Struts. Mix that together with JBuilder 3 and I'd have a blast. Nothing smells better than a bunch of SQL queries between <% %> in the morning.
    "It's not fixed until you stop calling the problem weird and you understand what was wrong." - gimbal2 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfMan View Post
    Retro is hip these days. I would use JDK 1.3, dig up a copy of Weblogic 7 and get creative with JSP and Struts. Mix that together with JBuilder 3 and I'd have a blast. Nothing smells better than a bunch of SQL queries between <% %> in the morning.
    The horror... THE HORROR!
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