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    Kai Guest

    ASP vs JSP


    Any one did a comparison on why ASP is preferred over JSP?

  2. #2
    r Guest

    Re: ASP vs JSP


    "Kai " <ksookwon@mazdausa.com> wrote:
    >
    >Any one did a comparison on why ASP is preferred over JSP?



    Maybe because it's been around longer.

    Also, ASP is more natural to Windows environment than JSP, in that IIS can
    be easily installed on any Windows machine, where as most Java Webservers
    are a bit more difficult to install. Most Java Webservers apparently are
    not too reliable outside of Solaris world either, when it comes down to host
    companies hosting them or at least that's what most of them say.

    So, in essence, when you got a relatively easy to use developer tool like
    Visual Interdev, an easy installable web server like IIS and a real easy
    syntax like ASP, and you own about 90% of PC OS market and you have been
    around for about 2 years before your competition in a given area, it's somewhat
    hard not to be ahead.

  3. #3
    Kai Guest

    Re: ASP vs JSP


    "r" <rkhalili@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >"Kai " <ksookwon@mazdausa.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>Any one did a comparison on why ASP is preferred over JSP?

    >
    >
    >Maybe because it's been around longer.
    >
    >Also, ASP is more natural to Windows environment than JSP, in that IIS can
    >be easily installed on any Windows machine, where as most Java Webservers
    >are a bit more difficult to install. Most Java Webservers apparently are
    >not too reliable outside of Solaris world either, when it comes down to

    host
    >companies hosting them or at least that's what most of them say.
    >
    >So, in essence, when you got a relatively easy to use developer tool like
    >Visual Interdev, an easy installable web server like IIS and a real easy
    >syntax like ASP, and you own about 90% of PC OS market and you have been
    >around for about 2 years before your competition in a given area, it's somewhat
    >hard not to be ahead.


    'r'

    Thank you for your response.


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