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From "Aaron Mulder" <>
Subject Re: DayTrader with an AJAX based Web interface
Date Thu, 16 Mar 2006 15:53:02 GMT
That definitely sounds like an attractive thing to benchmark to me! 
As with the persistence options, etc. I think it would be best to be
able to run it both ways and see what you get with a traditional web
interface and compare that to an AJAX-ified interface.


On 3/16/06, J. Stan Cox <> wrote:
> Geronimos,
> I've worked on the "Trade" benchmark in the past that has been donated
> to Geronimo and is now known as "DayTrader".   I think it will grow and
> flourish in the open source environment and become a nice showcase for
> Geronimo's performance and capabilities.
> I'm  interested in adding a rich, AJAX based Web interface to DayTrader
> for performance research.  DayTrader is a perfect type of application to
> leverage AJAX capabilities.  I will collapse all of the current web
> pages into a single rich page with dynamic and asynchronous updates of
> stock prices, user holdings, buys/sells, etc.
> I plan to leverage the DoJo AJAX toolkit which is being pulled into
> Apache MyFaces.  The basic architecture would look like:
> browser       <--------   -REST-  ---------->  DayTrader
> <----SOAP---->  DayTrader  <--- Java ---> DayTrader
> (dojo libs,                                    proxy
> servlet               Web services             J2EE App
> javascript)                                    soap/rest transform
> |----------------------    GERONIMO  -----------------------|
> There are several variations to this to pursue for performance comparison.
> Any feedback?
> Stan.

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