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From Chris Lu <chris...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: I Need System Design Suggestion. Please.
Date Mon, 07 Nov 2005 21:38:39 GMT
I think DBSight can help.
It doesn't need you to know a lot of Java, although it does require
you setup an application server, like Tomcat, and deploy the
application. But then everything can be done by web UI.

Chris

On 11/7/05, Dan Funk <dan@danandtamara.com> wrote:
> I've run through exactly the same train of thought. Php is an efficient and
> effective web development language - Java provides excellent libraries for
> developing powerful business logic layer. Wouldn't it be nice to couple the
> two together? The answer is no, it would suck. You end up with some cluster
> of PHP, Java, XML configuration files, and then on top of it JavaScript and
> css and whatizit. It's a long dark road that ends in a big pile of deserted
> projects no one wants to lay claim to.
>
> Doing the right thing requires that you learn to use the right tools. I'd
> say if you are committed to using Lucene and Hibernate, you should say the
> course and learn how to develop servlets. If you want to develop in a LAMP
> framework, then find tools that will allow for object/relational mappings
> and full text indexing within that framework. If you suddenly look up from
> your code to discover no one else seem to be trying what your trying, you
> better be working on a shockingly brilliant idea, otherwise your doing
> something wrong.
>
> On 11/5/05, Victor Lee <victor_emailbox@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> > I am going to use mysql db to store some data, use
> > lucene(java) to index these data, and use Hibernate to
> > map them. I was originally thinking of using PHP to
> > input the data the visitors enter into the mysql db.
> > But if I use PHP and use mysql statement directly, it
> > may defeat the part of the purpose of Hibernate which
> > is to make the system db portable. But I don't want to
> > use PEAR. And I don't want to learn Java Servlet.
> >
> > So I am thinking of using PHP, then PHP-Java-Bridge,
> > then Hibernate to map the data into mysql db. But it
> > sounds kinda of stupid because it seems that I added a
> > layer of complexity without a reason. Using Servlet
> > and Hibernate, or PHP and mysql seems to be faster,
> > but I can't use Hibernate to cover the whole mysql db
> > anymore.
> >
> > What do you think? Any suggestion? I am also looking
> > for performance and how well the system scales.
> >
> > Many thanks.
> >
> >
> >
> >
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