From: Harshad S <harshad.s@tc...> - 2011-11-16 08:36:44
<font face="Default Sans Serif,Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif" size="2"> Hello all,<br> <br> I have a fundamental doubt here. How easy or how difficult is it to port a standalone Geotools-based JAVA application to a Web-based application. Please suggest.<br><br><br>Thank You.<br>Harshad Shrikhande<br>Researcher R&D<br>TCS Innovations Infra Lab, Chennai<br>Tata Consultancy Services<br>Cell:- 7200605821<br>Mailto: harshad.s@...<br>Website: http://www.tcs.com<br>____________________________________________<br>Experience certainty. IT Services<br> Business Solutions<br> Outsourcing<br>____________________________________________<br><div></div></font><pre style="white-space:normal">=====-----=====-----=====<br>Notice: The information contained in this e-mail<br>message and/or attachments to it may contain <br>confidential or privileged information. If you are <br>not the intended recipient, any dissemination, use, <br>review, distribution, printing or copying of the <br>information contained in this e-mail message <br>and/or attachments to it are strictly prohibited. If <br>you have received this communication in error, <br>please notify us by reply e-mail or telephone and <br>immediately and permanently delete the message <br>and any attachments. Thank you<br><br><br></pre>
From: Jan Torben Heuer <jan_key67234@jt...> - 2011-11-16 10:21:07
Harshad S wrote:
> I have a fundamental doubt here. How easy or how difficult is it to port a
> standalone Geotools-based JAVA application to a Web-based application.
What kind of answer do you expect? If you have a commandline application
which - for example - converts a GML into Shape then you might be able to
easily plug that into an existing web processing service. 2 Weeks.