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Hello,

if one user wants to access our server via a gui(running on the
client side)
and send data(may be a file) to the server.Once server got a data,
server running
one program to process that data, and send the output to the
client(May be a file).
Also the server wants to keep track of the client information(such as
login name,date)
in a database for future use.Now the question is which java
technology i can use to
satisfy these requirments. Please share the information that will help
us for developing.
Thanks in advance.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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> if one user wants to access our server via a gui(running on the
client side)
and send data(may be a file) to the server.Once server got a data,
server running
one program to process that data, and send the output to the
client(May be a file).
Also the server wants to keep track of the client information(such as
login name,date)
in a database for future use.Now the question is which java
technology i can use to
satisfy these requirments. Please share the information that will help
us for developing.

Hello Narayanan,

Sounds to me that you might be using Servlet/JSP components from J2EE.
You will have to use some kind of Http-client embedded in your client
code or write your own HTTP handling, but there are some examples out
there on the Internet (wasn't it Apache that had a HttpClient ?).

Anyway, Servlet/JSP provides logging, authentication & security support,
database connectivity (using JDBC via Enterprise JavaBeans or
roll-your-own data management (Data Access Objects), etc. etc. All these
*can* certainly be built by yourself, but it'll take a lot of time, that
you can save by using standard available technology. I'm not sure but
perhaps .NET could be an option too for you (but it certainly isn't
going to be as much fun as the J2EE solution will be :-)

The HTTP PUT request can be used to upload files to the server in a very
easy way.

Regards,

Joost van Stuijvenberg
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Narayanan Kaleeswaram wrote:
Hello,

if one user wants to access our server via a gui(running on the
client side)
and send data(may be a file) to the server.Once server got a data,
server running
one program to process that data, and send the output to the
client(May be a file).
Also the server wants to keep track of the client information(such as
login name,date)
in a database for future use.Now the question is which java
technology i can use to
satisfy these requirments. Please share the information that will help
us for developing.
Thanks in advance.

I personally think the best direct way is socket. It the most cheap way.
Jul 17 '05 #3

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