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From john feng <johngf...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: client sided applications
Date Wed, 01 Aug 2012 14:33:28 GMT
It looks like we should not reply too soon. Is the data cleansing a
continous task or one time thing? It looks it's a repeated task. Where is
the data in database or file system and file format? If in the database,
using Java application is not any better than the db procedures that can be
invoked by java application or web client on demand. If it's in file
system, using java application looks not bad; but to speed up, you may load
the files to a database then using database power to clean up the data.
which is much quicker than a Java program if the volume of the data is huge.

All in all, the use case is not clear for one to compare the pros and cons
for an approach. Struts is just a framework to help you design your
application quick or neater (it supposes not gurantees).


On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 6:13 AM, Martin Rosellen <
Martin.Rosellen@fu-berlin.de> wrote:

> Hi@all,
>
> right now I am trying to implement a webapp that should do data cleaning
> and analysis. I already have a prototype written in Java for the cleaning
> part and it is not using struts yet.
>
> Because I do not want to hire a big server I tend to let the client do
> most of the calculating.
>
> Is struts the right framework to implement a mostly client sided
> application?
>
> I am not really into struts right now and also can't find a satisfying
> answer on the internet. Perhaps you can know a good tutorial or a website
> that helps me with my question.
>
> greetz,
> Martin
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