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From "Keith Ng" <woonb...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: J2EE, JSP, SERVLETS
Date Sat, 02 Mar 2002 07:46:30 GMT
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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