I am trying to build a Queue management system by using the javafx and here is the problem.
How to make the system display the calling screen and the dashboard at the server machine ?
I planning to use the mysql server as the database server and socket to transfer the data from client to server machine then the server machine only update the mysql server. Is that the correct theory ? Thanks.
Problem of Java FX for Queue management system
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· January 19, 2017
Check your Database, some times its DBMS problem which is not connected properly with your working hardcore model. ???
· June 14, 2015
Thanks for the reply Branislav, i will try to research more on that.
But about the calling screen is just call out 2 windows from the application ?
· June 13, 2015
Wait... you want to say that MySQL server and your application will run on different machines? Avoid that if possible. It's extremely overengineered design for application of that size. Preferable way would be just to keep your application and MySQL server on same machine. Or to create web service as a bridge between your application and web service and therefore you will have ability to run multiple various types of application instances against single database.
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