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MVC, J2EE, Performance question

J You
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Joined: Jul 31, 2001
Posts: 29
Hi,
I am developing a J2EE application which uses an infrastructure pretty like STRUTS:
there is a DispachServlet, it calls some action instances to handle requests.The
action objects do the job and send result in bean type to JSP pages.
The application server will be weblogic and Oracle will be the database server.Right
now we don't have plan to use more than one application server.
One thing I am not sure is the performance of this infrastructure:there will be estimated
5000 hits and there will be huge database queries/updates also.Does anyone know any
testing tools or source which can help me to get an idea about the performance?
I love java and the MVC model, but as for performance, I am not very optimistic.
Thanks,
Jerry
Tony Alicea
Desperado
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Joined: Jan 30, 2000
Posts: 3222
    
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5000 hits total in the life of the project? Or per week; per day; per hour, per minute; per second; per millisecond; per nanosecond; per secula seculorum...
(The quote in Latin makes no sense in this context, BTW)
If performance is a problem stick with Java and MVC but get a FASTER computer


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