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From Anne S <hyperfl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Google Summer Of Code - Interfaces
Date Thu, 02 Jun 2005 13:46:26 GMT
Blast, I never thought about a racked situation. Thanks.

Regarding the config.xml, would people be OK with a two parter:
-Server side Java wrapper around config.xml. An API would be exposed
so other programs, not just mine, could manipulate config.xml.
-A Java Servlet based interface that connects to the wrapper and
manipulates config.xml

Another question: Are people happier with JSP or Java Servlets? Yes,
in the end, they compile out to the same thing, but sometimes I hear
quasi-religious wars on which deployment solution is the best ;-)

- Anne S

On 6/2/05, Hes Siemelink <hes-list@izecom.com> wrote:
> Great idea!
> I hope one of the James developers will sponsor this project.
> One suggestion: consider using servlets also for the config.xml
> interface. This will make it easier to use when James is installed on a
> linux-box somewhere in a server rack. I also think tha developing UIs in
> HTML is a lot faster and more flexible than using Swing, as long as your
> application is text-oriented.
> Good luck with your project!

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