Ok - so I'm not talking about Collections or anything like that. I'm talking about a Map in the same manner as Google Maps (Plans) etc- which can be quite problematic when searching on the internet for help.
I have a Java Swing application which I want to record the physical location of an object on a map (diagram). I am wondering if I might do this with Java Swing using an Frame, Scroll Panel and Image - or use the approach of opening up a web browser with url parameters which indicate the name of the map and some co-ordinates which would be retrieved from my database.
I appreciate it's a blank canvass at the moment (no phun intended) but would welcome any ideas from anyone who might have done something similar.
I am working with a large Java Swing (not spring) desktop application which currently used Oracle Java 8 (202) and I'm contemplating moving on to AdoptOpen Java 8 but I'm not clear which of the OpenJ9 or Hotspot would best suit my needs. My application is a MDI type of application which can have a lot of screens open with jdbc database connections. I would would give greater priority over memory handling and stability/compatibility over performance if any of those metrics are relevant.
Also do I need to watch out for any compatibility issues ?