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  1. #1
    Hector Rosas Guest

    Comparing JSP with other script tools


    I want to know what are the advantages of JSP over other script tools like
    ASP or PHP not only portability but how fast it is, the access to DBs, ease
    of use, and other characteristics, thanks. I'm not decided about what tool
    to use, I'm a C and Java developer.

    Hector.

  2. #2
    MarkN Guest

    Re: Comparing JSP with other script tools


    "Hector Rosas" <hrosas@linuxmail.org> wrote:
    >
    >I want to know what are the advantages of JSP over other script tools like
    >ASP or PHP not only portability but how fast it is, the access to DBs, ease
    >of use, and other characteristics, thanks. I'm not decided about what tool
    >to use, I'm a C and Java developer.
    >
    >Hector.


    An advantage of JSP is that it can run on all platforms. As a rule, JSPs
    shouldn't be used to directly access databases. Servlets are created from
    JSPs and thus are Java code not just scripting like ASP and PHP. If you
    are a Java developer and you must use one of the three then JSPs would be
    best. There are other ways of generating HTML with Java and not involving
    JSPs.


  3. #3
    ralph carrasquillo Guest

    Re: Comparing JSP with other script tools


    Hector,

    If you are already a Java programmer then I see a big advantage with going
    with a java related technology. I currently use ASP and COM+ while Iím learning
    Java and trying to come to grips with .Net. If youíre looking strictly for
    performance I believe .Net or C++ will out-perform any Java application.
    Now security might be another matter. Are you talking intranet or internet
    development?

    And as far as platform independence, I donít really see a production environment
    where that makes a difference. Are you really going to have to worry about
    swapping out servers? Or maybe youíre in the business of selling software.


    Ralph





    "MarkN" <m@n.com> wrote:
    >
    >"Hector Rosas" <hrosas@linuxmail.org> wrote:
    >>
    >>I want to know what are the advantages of JSP over other script tools like
    >>ASP or PHP not only portability but how fast it is, the access to DBs,

    ease
    >>of use, and other characteristics, thanks. I'm not decided about what tool
    >>to use, I'm a C and Java developer.
    >>
    >>Hector.

    >
    >An advantage of JSP is that it can run on all platforms. As a rule, JSPs
    >shouldn't be used to directly access databases. Servlets are created from
    >JSPs and thus are Java code not just scripting like ASP and PHP. If you
    >are a Java developer and you must use one of the three then JSPs would be
    >best. There are other ways of generating HTML with Java and not involving
    >JSPs.
    >



  4. #4
    Tim Bailen Guest

    Re: Comparing JSP with other script tools


    "Hector Rosas" <hrosas@linuxmail.org> wrote:
    >
    >I want to know what are the advantages of JSP over other script tools like
    >ASP or PHP not only portability but how fast it is, the access to DBs, ease
    >of use, and other characteristics, thanks. I'm not decided about what tool
    >to use, I'm a C and Java developer.
    >
    >Hector.



    This would make a really great study (comparison of server-side scripting).
    I haven't seen any like it yet, although some must exist??

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