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Can Java Servlets, Javascript and forms / reports co -exist? [message #336997] Tue, 29 July 2008 10:38 Go to next message
ora1980
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Registered: May 2008
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I have to interview a person today, and going through her
resume, in one of the projects, she said she used

Javascript, Java Servlets, xml, xslt and forms / reports...

now how is it possible? according to my knowledge, any

application will have only one front end, either java or

oracle forms....

is there a justification to this?
Re: Can Java Servlets, Javascript and forms / reports co -exist? [message #337038 is a reply to message #336997] Tue, 29 July 2008 13:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ThomasG
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Perfectly possible.

One application we have has :

- A legacy frontend done in ProC that is still in use for some
- A frontend programmed in C# for the "normal" users
- A frontend done in Java for a mobile device
- A Reports Frontend do do most statistical stuff.
- Some hacked together Access frontends for specific uses like audits
- A Web frontend for external people (suppliers and customers)

Some of it is because of historical reasons, but it makes perfect sense to have a "Desktop Application" frontend for the people who work with the app all the time and some sort of "Web frontend" with reduced functionality for people who just use it now and then.


Re: Can Java Servlets, Javascript and forms / reports co -exist? [message #337372 is a reply to message #336997] Wed, 30 July 2008 12:33 Go to previous message
ora1980
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Registered: May 2008
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thanks

also i think if there is a requirement, wherein i have to show
the list of directories..there is no built in in oracle for
this purpose, maybe we should go for java in that case

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