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Please recommend some server side framework

Gsk Cannon

Joined: Nov 09, 2006
Posts: 1
We are having several years of domain expertise in manufacturing with
intermediate programming skills - having worked with Java, JSP,
Servlets, Web Services and DB.
We are developing an application (enterprise, web based, each
application instance should handle 2000+ users) from scratch and we've
decided to use Ext GWT as front end (extjs.com/products/gxt/)
We are looking for something like Force.com for the server side
We are looking for the server side framework with some or all of the
following capabilities available out of the box:
- user management (add/delete/edit users; assign them to groups and
- ability to create new types of objects and assign fields (applying
security on fields) and relate objects
- search (full text and object)
- document management (check in, checkout, lock)
- workflow approvals
- audit trials
- discussion and other collaborative tools
Can you please recommend some framework?
Thanks in advance
Martijn Verburg

Joined: Jun 24, 2003
Posts: 3275

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