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what can i do with jdeveloper ? i want to implement a site with database

RE: tell me

you can do anything Java with JDeveloper JSP/Servlets EJBs Java applets Web services and more.
To do a web site connected to the Database you will probably use the JSP technology combined with the BC4J framework to make it simple.

On otn.oracle.com/products/jdev there is a reviewers guide that will take you step by step on creating a web based application connected to the DB.

RE: tell me

We are currently moving from a Developer 4.5/Reports 2.5 and 8.0 client server setup to 8.17 and Developer 6i. But we are going to be running our forms through a 9ias server.  We've started converting our Reports and forms, but the whole things seems kind of klunky. Im thinking about alternatives, maybe even rewriting our reports as html/ASP etc. Where does Jdeveloper fit into all this? Is it something I should look at?

RE: tell me

You may redevelop your forms and reports as JSP or servlets (Java analogue to MS ASP). For not very complex reports you may use XSQL (XML with embedded SQL) to obtain XML output and possibly transform it to HTML using serverside XSLT. In any case you may get REALLY lightweight for client (XML/HTML) and flexible (throug using different XSL for different devices) and portable (serverside JAVA) decision.

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