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Swing VS Eclipse RCP

 
shashi wagh
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I want to start new desktop application.

What should I use?

Eclipse RCP or Swing.....

Application Requirement
1. Should handle Very Large Data
2. Faster data Access
3. Optimal Memory usage
4. Graphical Report >> Cart >> Pivot kind of report >> Filtering >> sorting >> paging etc.
5. Database Independent.

I am thing of
Swing + EJB 3.0?

but existing application is in Eclipse RCP.

So how Swing will be useful than RCP?




Thanks..........
 
Michael Dunn
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posting in multiple forums is generally counter-productive

http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5430359&tstart=0

e.g. if I knew the answer (I might, I might not), I certainly wouldn't post it to help a cross-poster
 
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shashi wagh
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I don't want to west someones valuable time by posting on the different sites.

My aim was just I will get the different different opinion from the different Expertise.

Well......


 
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And that's ok, just inform us, and the people on the other forums as well.
 
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