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Hello, I've programmed in Java Swing in the past but now I've been tasked by my company to convert an existing Java Swing application to a web based one. All of the requirements haven't been finalized, but the basics are: A user logs in, does a key word search using a form which will dynamically build a table and populate text input fields with the results. The user could then edit the input fields and save the new info to the database. User's priveledges to view/edit/saved based on role. I'm currently investigating 2 suggestions by my manager: 1) Create the app using Custom JSP tags. 2) Use the Jakarta Struts model. Any help to get me started in the right direction would be extremely helpful.
Well, Struts IS build on tags, so both questions are the same - it's a matter of "build or buy". I'd probably go with Struts just to get started, since it's fairly well documented and debugged, then if I didn't like the performance or functionality, I'd look at other solutions. Or, as Fred Brooks said: "Plan one to throw away".
Customer surveys are for companies who didn't pay proper attention to begin with.