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    mike Guest

    APS&COM, JSP&BEANS


    In JSP components are called beans.

    ASP uses COM components and VbScript or JScript
    JSP uses BEANS and EJBs and Java

    The concepts are very similar. Both separate presentation and logic/code
    using similar techniques. It's usually the programmer behind it who makes
    the real difference on separation of logic/code from presentation.

    The Model/View/Controller design pattern is workable by both ASP and JSP.

    Regards,

    Mike



  2. #2
    StaceBerkland Guest

    Re: APS&COM, JSP&BEANS


    Then the real issue comes down to your web server, transaction-protocol monitor,
    and the achitecture your website is running under.

    You typically see JSP/Java running under EJB or CORBA. Apache and Netscape
    Application Server are two common web servers used in a typical Solaris/Unix
    environment.

    On the ASP/COM side of things, the architecture is Windows DNA. Internet
    Information Server (IIS) and Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS) are your
    web server/transaction server of choice running on top of Windows NT servers.

    Back on the webserver software...Apache is said to have a stronghold on the
    web server market (51% or something along those lines). However, an independent
    survey showed that Apache's numbers are grossly misrepresented. The study
    noted that Apache's figures are based on a per website basis. These figures
    take into account web-hosting companies that are running Apache for a number
    of simple mom-and-pop-type personal websites. Not quite the information you're
    interested in seeing when contemplating an enterprise-wide scalable solution
    now, is it? The study decided to take a look at individual secure websites
    running SSL with purchased certificates (from Verisign and the like). Once
    the figures were tallied, Microsoft's IIS/MTS had 37% of the market -- more
    than double the closest competitor (which I think was Netscape Application
    Server).

    Anyway, for what it's worth, I hope this information was useful to someone.

    Have a great day!

    Stace


    "mike" <groupwhere@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >In JSP components are called beans.
    >
    >ASP uses COM components and VbScript or JScript
    >JSP uses BEANS and EJBs and Java
    >
    >The concepts are very similar. Both separate presentation and logic/code
    >using similar techniques. It's usually the programmer behind it who makes
    >the real difference on separation of logic/code from presentation.
    >
    >The Model/View/Controller design pattern is workable by both ASP and JSP.
    >
    >Regards,
    >
    >Mike
    >
    >



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