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Here we are confuse that should we use:JSF is used when the client is a Web browser.
1- Java Server Faces or
2. RMI ApplicationRMI is used when you want to execute remote method calls.
As we don't know whether you intend to do either of these things, or indeed exactly what you do intend the server and the client to do, it is impossible to comment further.
any other suggestion you would like to give us, to create distributed application.Well, what features do you need? Web browser interface? GUI? Command line? Background process?
We want to build Server/Client GUI Application.
Application will be used for:
1. insert data in the oracle such as personal information, their thumb prints (as taken from Device by using third party DLL), their social card details.
2. get and verify the desire person details.
3. the insertion will be occur from various terminals; may be 4 to 5 terminal officers will be inserting the desire data and same scenario will be used in the retrieval case.
Sorry that I didn't clear the scenario at first time.
Looking forward to your kind reply
We want to build Server/Client GUI Application.So therefore you don't want JSF unless your clients are Web browsers. As they need to access local devices and as you mention GUI I conclude you are planning on writing 'thick' Swing clients. You could use RMI for this.