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From Gregor Kovaè <gregor.ko...@mikropis.si>
Subject RE: J2EE, JSP, SERVLETS
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2002 10:03:23 GMT
Hi!

Usually the good separation (called Model 2) between business logic, data 
and presentation is the best reason you can give them. Plus you can switch 
the vendor of your middleware(database, application server, ....).

A lot of these thing you can find in JSP, Servlets specs.

Best regards,
         Kovi

At 15:46 2.3.2002 +0800, you wrote:
>nono
>dun get me wrong
>im currently doing a J2EE project based on
>servlets/jsp/javamail/jdbc/possibly EJB(low possibility)
>there are 2 things i need to do.
>
>1)i need to noe if i ve been missing out on some of the capabilities, which
>i did not implement
>2) i need to write in my report the major advantages my web application has
>over the others. I noe jsp/servlets are the best around but i cant quite
>explain.
>
>However, some kind souls have emailed me and explained to me and help clear
>some of my doubts.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Rick K [mailto:biojavachicago@yahoo.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 3:41 PM
>To: Tomcat Users List; woonbock@yahoo.com
>Subject: Re: J2EE, JSP, SERVLETS
>
>
>--- Keith Ng <woonbock@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi guys
> >
> > There has been a question thats bugging me for qute
> > some time. I noticed
> > many bank sites, or big companies use JSP/SERVLETS
> > for their websites. Is
> > there a particular reason why jsp/servlets are
> > preferred over
> > asp/php/coldfusion? I even realise a site
> > (dbs.com.sg)using applet textfield
> > as their forms ... isit supposed to be more secure
> > this way? Can someone
> > clear my doubts? thanks
>
>Why does it bug you that big companies use servlets
>and JSP? Why do you have doubts about Java?
>
>
>
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