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Applet vs. DHTML performance

 
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Hi all,
I have an Intranet web application that allows users to view a large number(up to 30k rows by 10 columns). We want to allow the user to select multiple rows and update the database with some entry based on the rows selected. They also need to be able to sort by column in ascending or decending order.
Would I be better off using an Applet or simple DHTML?
Can I even get a connection to a database to retrieve the records or do I need to populate the Applet from outside of the applet?
I was thinking about using FormulaOne or e.spreadsheet for java but am not sure about how long it takes to download etc. Any thoughts???
 
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