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Michael Harris
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Hello,

I am originally a PHP developer and a lot of my friends recommended that I should move to Java-JSP as it is much powerful especially when it come to large scale applications.

Although I can't find any website on the net to answer my following questions:

A. Where I can find information about PHP vs JSP?

B. Where I can find information about websites built using JSP? For example I know that Xerox.com was built using JSP and now eBay.com, but are those the only 2 websites?

So can someone please help me with my 2 questions?

Thank you for your time and efforts

Michael
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

Can't help with the PHP part, but something similar to your second question was discussed in this thread. It addresses the question why Java-based sites are a lot more prevalent than sites using ".jsp" page extensions.
 
Michael Harris
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Thanks Ulf for your reply. Actually I was looking more for links to web sites, web applications built with JSP. For example:
www.xerox.com
www.ebay.com

As I need to see sample of web sites done using this technology...so if you happen to know any web site(s) which were built using JSP please let me know about them.

Thanks

Michael
 
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Michael,
Please don't post the same question in multiple forums. It makes it harder to follow the conversation. Since you post in our JSP forum is already in the more relevant forum, I'll close this one. Please continue conversation there.
 
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