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Flight Information System

dmitriy guskov
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Joined: Aug 04, 2009
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Hello! I work in the airport and need to develop flight information system. There will be many monitors ( actually they are not monitors but computers...mmm...something like iMac, don't know how they are called ) in the internation zone and in the domestic zone. In the international zone monitors must display international flights information ( i mean the number of the flight and its status ( check-in, delayed, flown ) ), in the domestic zone domestic flights. All data wiil be kept in MySQL database, language is Java. Could you give me some ideas how can i do system? Help me please!
Paul Sturrock
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Sigur Ros, please check your private messages.


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dmitriy guskov
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Joined: Aug 04, 2009
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Nothing there!
David Newton
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Are you basically asking how to write a Java application?
dmitriy guskov
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Posts: 9

[quote=David Newton]Are you basically asking how to write a Java application?[/quote]
No! I'm interested which ee technologies i can use in my project. I've started to study ee not so long ago.:(
Paul Clapham
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sigur ros wrote:Nothing there!

You couldn't see anything in your private messages? I've just sent you another one which I expect is similar to the one that Paul Sturrock would have sent to you. If you still can't see any private messages then let us know.
David Newton
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You can use *any* JEE technologies--without any constraints there's little way to guide you.
fred rosenberger
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If you have no constraints, you have to ask if java is the right language. That may sound like an odd thing from someone on a Java site, but it's true. Java is a tool. There are right places to use it, and wrong places to use it.

If your project is as wide open as you seem to imply, consider and evaluate other languages and figure out which is best for what you want to do.


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