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fishing some inputs: database on servlet-based apps

Rema Remulta
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Joined: Apr 03, 2002
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Currently,we are developing a system running on an internet browser comprising of six servlet-based accounting apps and the database we are using this time is MSAccess (as we have no choice in the first phase of development). I heard that this database isn't recommended for a huge system especially running on the net environment (is this true?),we have plans though to go MSSQL later but in the alpha version of the system the database would still be MSAccess. I would like to ask anyone here who has used this database(MSAccess) on this kind of environment and what are the pros and cons, or problem to consider, so on and so forth...
thanks in advance...
[ April 04, 2002: Message edited by: rema remulta ]
Matthew Phillips
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rema r.,
Please read the Javaranch naming policy and change your display name if you wish to continue posting here. Your last name needs to contain more than 1 letter. Thanks.


Matthew Phillips
Rema Remulta
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sorry..i already changed it just now..
 
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