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HELP! PLEASE! I have got 6 weeks to design a web browser front end for a fairly simple Oracle database. The database allows certain users can update the data and the others to merely browse it. I have only just started learning JSP, my Oracle knowledge adequate. Have I bitten off more than I can chew? Or is this sort of thing fairly straightforward? Thanks in advance.
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I forgot to mention that I am using JDBC for connectivity. Perhaps this should be in the JDBC forum. Sorry!
sounds like a pretty straight forward job. you need to learn some basic JSP and servlets programming (also JDBC) and perhaps beans. the biggest issue u have to think about is performance. how to use the connection to the database, using connection pooling, java beans etc... here is some link on jsp servlets that can help u get started