Form service vs jsp ? performance ?
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  1. #1
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    Hi all.
    We have this platform and applications :
    DB : Oracle 8i EE
    AS : Oracle9iAS
    OS : WIN2K SERVER
    APPLICATIONS : FORM6 , REPORT6
    LAN USER : 300 (client : win98,form runtime , report runtime)
    We want produce new web application for external users .
    Questions :
    1)It is better we develope new application with form&report and use Oracle9iAS form&report service
    OR
    develope new application over J2EE (jsp,servlet) by Jdeveloper?
    2)What is performance issue for two solution ?
    (external users connect to our intranet via 56K analog modem and number of external users is fix(200)).
    parameters :
    a) we have 10 form&report developer and 5 java developer.
    b) new application consists about %10 of existing applications.

    -- Sorry for my english.
    Best Regards.

  2. #2
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    Hi all.
    I am waiting for reply.
    Can anybody tell me any URL for compare form service with
    JSP&Servlet .
    Best Regards.

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    Hi Friends.
    Wait for replat!!!

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    I don't really expect somebody to try to answer such a vague question :-)


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    Java is not the right solution for everything.

    In my opinion, Forms and Reports are easier and faster in development and maintainence than JSP.

    Good luck.
    David Knight
    OCP DBA 8i, 9i, 10g

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    Hello Julian.
    This question is not a vague question.
    This is question about compare of two web development method from oracle . Forms and Java(JSP&Servlet).
    Hello dknight.
    key parameter for my application is performance and form service use a large applet that reduce performance.
    In test situation (without Jinitiator)form loading is very slow.

    Best Regards.

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    I would try to develop a simple form with Developer and compare it to developing the same in JSP.

    Then, consider that your business rules and data model may change, and try to project the maintenance time through its lifespan.

    I don't have any data about performance.

    Good luck.
    David Knight
    OCP DBA 8i, 9i, 10g

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    Thanks dknight.
    I still wait for any document for compare forms with jsp.
    Good luck.

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