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Nikki Nguyen
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Dear All,
I have a website with ASP. Now I want to convert it to JSP. Do you think it's a good idea for me to convert?
And Do you know any good book for beginner in JSP?
Many Thanks,
Nikki
 
Ashish Jaiman
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Hi Nikki
i would like to suggest that you go ASP.net way rather then JSP way
but if JSP is the way you want then go to java.sun.com or amazon.com and search get any book who is well reviewed and received by users
Ashish
 
Valentin Crettaz
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I would like to suggest that you go ASP.net way rather then JSP way

Ashish,
could you please materialize your thoughts in some words? What makes ASP.NET better than JSP?
 
Roy Ben Ami
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Valentin, i dont think he meant ASP.NET is better than JSP. i think he meant it is easier to convert from ASP to ASP.NET rather than JSP in terms of web servers , learning curve etc....
anyway, thats what i think he meant.
 
Nikki Nguyen
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Dear All,
Thank you very much for your replies. I want to convert from ASP to JSP because in the long run I will change my database from SQL to Oracle. Can I use ASP for Oracle database?
Many Thanks,
 
Martin Hansson
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Nikki,
Sure you can use ASP with Oracle.
Just use a ODBC connection!
You may process some of the functions directly in Oracle and not in your ASP page. But no problem!
 
Tim Holloway
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Forget ODBC. It's not exactly high-performance, and for all I know it may not be thread-safe. This week's database interface of choice is OLE DB, though I belive the next-week's interface is DAO.Net
 
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