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can i shift to webbased application to product based application?

 
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hi, i have 2 years of experience in java j2ee technologies i.e developing webapplications using jsp,servlets

now i want to shift to product based application related to banking domain
that needs only core java skills

so can i do it?
and how will be my future if i go for only specific area i.e only core java ?

and regarding pay scale how much i can expect in NCR company for 2 + exp in java platform?
 
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Now a days many of applications/products are web based applications. So even if you shift to product based company you will be working j2ee based applications and not just core java.

This may not be the right place to discuss about salaries.
[ October 18, 2006: Message edited by: KJ Reddy ]
 
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Originally posted by KJ Reddy:
Now a days many of applications/products are web based applications. So even if you shift to product based company you will be working j2ee based applications and not just core java.

This is not the right place to discuss about salaries.



no,no i am talking about product based not web based
so understand the question first and then answer :roll:
 
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Originally posted by saikrishna cinux:


no,no i am talking about product based not web based
so understand the question first and then answer :roll:



Saikrishna, instead of appreciating my time and response you sounds rude. If you didn't got related information to your query from my response you can ignore the response or if you think I can give you more information then you probably explain me your question in a better way to me so I can try to give you more information.

A product can be web based and recently most of products are becoming web based products. There are very few products which are using Swing technologies. In any case we need core java.
[ October 18, 2006: Message edited by: KJ Reddy ]
 
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Originally posted by KJ Reddy:


Saikrishna, instead of appreciating my time and response you sounds rude. If you didn't got related information to your query from my response you can ignore the response or if you think I can give you more information then you probably explain me your question in a better way to me so I can try to give you more information.

A product can be web based and recently most of products are becoming web based products. There are very few products which are using Swing technologies. In any case we need core java.

[ October 18, 2006: Message edited by: KJ Reddy ]



yes Mr reddy you are right most of the products are now webbased (runs on internet)but the problem is whether i shoudl stic to j2ee using servlets jsp's, ejb's.... or only core java

 
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KJ Reddy is absolutely right.

Product based doesn't mean it's only Core Java. I think you are having a very wrong perception of the term "Product Based."

My problem is reverse, I want to work on Servlets, JSP, etc. but my company doesn't support it. Even when you are coding a Servlet or an EJB you need J2SE. It all depends on the kind of product on which you are going to work.

If I were in your position, I will not go back and limit myself to just the core APIs.

And Saikrishna, always thank the person who has taken their time to respond you. But even if you don't, that's okay. But never reply in a way as if you know everything, if that is the case then why will you ever need to ask a question. If you don't get the right answer to your question, the problem is your explaining abilities.

Hope this helps,
Srikanth
 
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Also be aware that talk of company-specific information like you are asking is no longer tolerated in this forum: NEW POSTING GUIDELINES
 
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Don't stick to anything, try out every thing. try to get experience of all these technologies
 
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Originally posted by Srikanth Raghavan:
KJ Reddy is absolutely right.

Product based doesn't mean it's only Core Java. I think you are having a very wrong perception of the term "Product Based."

Srikanth


but most of the people say's that product based applications are not webapplications which we develop for client

the product based applications are something different from what we do regularly in our job

so canyou please tell me what actually product based applications from webbased appliations ?

thanks srikanth
 
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