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  1. #1
    st_michael Guest

    ASP vs. JSP

    A new technology was introduced by Sun to compete with ASP. There have been
    some reviews or comments by industry experts about the difference between
    the two : ASP and JSP. From what i have read, each has its own advantage
    over the other, but when it comes to performance, it seems that most agree
    that JSP provides a far reaching performance over ASP. I would like to ask
    your opinion about this. With the advent of ASP 3.0 which comes with
    Windows 2000, how would ASP perform in the serverside script battle.
    From my experienced, i've noticed that some ASP based commercial websites
    often fail or result to connection timeout and other related error.







  2. #2
    Strider Guest

    Re: ASP vs. JSP

    There are some articles on it at www.devx.com. I haven't used jsp only asp.
    the reason sites have problems with connections etc is often the result of
    poor coding and architecture and not the technology of asp. ASP 3.0 is out
    and other than a few things not much different than 2.0. ASP+ is on the
    horizon and will have to wait and see on that. The reason i prefer asp is
    corp numbers using microsoft products and the ability to integrate with
    those products, the other is ADO.

    jc
    st_michael <st_michael@usa.net> wrote in message
    news:39048800@news.devx.com...
    > A new technology was introduced by Sun to compete with ASP. There have

    been
    > some reviews or comments by industry experts about the difference between
    > the two : ASP and JSP. From what i have read, each has its own advantage
    > over the other, but when it comes to performance, it seems that most agree
    > that JSP provides a far reaching performance over ASP. I would like to ask
    > your opinion about this. With the advent of ASP 3.0 which comes with
    > Windows 2000, how would ASP perform in the serverside script battle.
    > From my experienced, i've noticed that some ASP based commercial websites
    > often fail or result to connection timeout and other related error.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >




  3. #3
    John Timney (MVP) Guest

    Re: ASP vs. JSP

    ASP will out perform JSP by upto 4 times the speed in windows 2000, and
    thats a proven fact. Thats not to knock JSP, its powerful because it has
    access to the whole of java. and you can do a lot with it.

    The strength and deciding factor for me is that ASP is very mature, while
    JSP is very new. Its also a lot more complicated with few examples, while
    the objects in ASP are very good and the net is abundant with code examples
    and ASP sites.

    Regards

    John Timney (MVP)


    st_michael <st_michael@usa.net> wrote in message
    news:39048800@news.devx.com...
    > A new technology was introduced by Sun to compete with ASP. There have

    been
    > some reviews or comments by industry experts about the difference between
    > the two : ASP and JSP. From what i have read, each has its own advantage
    > over the other, but when it comes to performance, it seems that most agree
    > that JSP provides a far reaching performance over ASP. I would like to ask
    > your opinion about this. With the advent of ASP 3.0 which comes with
    > Windows 2000, how would ASP perform in the serverside script battle.
    > From my experienced, i've noticed that some ASP based commercial websites
    > often fail or result to connection timeout and other related error.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >




  4. #4
    alok Guest

    Re: ASP vs. JSP


    Hi John

    If U say ASP is So powerful can it Access Mapped Drive and work on other
    file system at the server end if so prove it
    Regards
    Alok

    "John Timney (MVP)" <timneyj@btinternet.com> wrote:
    >ASP will out perform JSP by upto 4 times the speed in windows 2000, and
    >thats a proven fact. Thats not to knock JSP, its powerful because it has
    >access to the whole of java. and you can do a lot with it.
    >
    >The strength and deciding factor for me is that ASP is very mature, while
    >JSP is very new. Its also a lot more complicated with few examples, while
    >the objects in ASP are very good and the net is abundant with code examples
    >and ASP sites.
    >
    >Regards
    >
    >John Timney (MVP)
    >
    >
    >st_michael <st_michael@usa.net> wrote in message
    >news:39048800@news.devx.com...
    >> A new technology was introduced by Sun to compete with ASP. There have

    >been
    >> some reviews or comments by industry experts about the difference between
    >> the two : ASP and JSP. From what i have read, each has its own advantage
    >> over the other, but when it comes to performance, it seems that most agree
    >> that JSP provides a far reaching performance over ASP. I would like to

    ask
    >> your opinion about this. With the advent of ASP 3.0 which comes with
    >> Windows 2000, how would ASP perform in the serverside script battle.
    >> From my experienced, i've noticed that some ASP based commercial websites
    >> often fail or result to connection timeout and other related error.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >
    >



  5. #5
    Andrew Hollamon Guest

    Re: ASP vs. JSP


    Alok,

    ASP can access any remote drive that the OS can access. If you need to access
    some funky external file system, then you need to make sure you can access
    it. Thats an OS/3rd party issue, not an ASP issue.

    ASP/COM/SQL web apps are the fastest out there right now (assuming equivalent
    hardware). Java development environments are historically slower, but you
    get a true OO development environment (which also has its pros and cons when
    developing n-tier web apps). I havent seen any JSP benchmarks, or played
    with it myself yet...so cant comment on the speed. But then again, who cares?
    In most cases, you dont decide on an environment based on which is marginally
    faster (or even significantly faster) you pick it based on your available
    talent and the long term goals of your dept.

    When JSP matures, it will be a true competitor to ASP .... and thats a good
    thing. Up to now, the closest equivalent to ASP for Unix was PHP....which
    while a good product....is not JSP. More importantly, JSP offers a wonderful
    and powerful development environment for those committed to stayin on a Unix
    platform.



    "alok" <alokgupta76@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hi John
    >
    >If U say ASP is So powerful can it Access Mapped Drive and work on other
    >file system at the server end if so prove it
    >Regards
    >Alok
    >
    >"John Timney (MVP)" <timneyj@btinternet.com> wrote:
    >>ASP will out perform JSP by upto 4 times the speed in windows 2000, and
    >>thats a proven fact. Thats not to knock JSP, its powerful because it has
    >>access to the whole of java. and you can do a lot with it.
    >>
    >>The strength and deciding factor for me is that ASP is very mature, while
    >>JSP is very new. Its also a lot more complicated with few examples, while
    >>the objects in ASP are very good and the net is abundant with code examples
    >>and ASP sites.
    >>
    >>Regards
    >>
    >>John Timney (MVP)
    >>
    >>
    >>st_michael <st_michael@usa.net> wrote in message
    >>news:39048800@news.devx.com...
    >>> A new technology was introduced by Sun to compete with ASP. There have

    >>been
    >>> some reviews or comments by industry experts about the difference between
    >>> the two : ASP and JSP. From what i have read, each has its own advantage
    >>> over the other, but when it comes to performance, it seems that most

    agree
    >>> that JSP provides a far reaching performance over ASP. I would like to

    >ask
    >>> your opinion about this. With the advent of ASP 3.0 which comes with
    >>> Windows 2000, how would ASP perform in the serverside script battle.
    >>> From my experienced, i've noticed that some ASP based commercial websites
    >>> often fail or result to connection timeout and other related error.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >>

    >



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