• Subject: Re: On the right foot. . .
  • From: "T. Konstantinovitz" <chefen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 17:10:24 +0100
  • Organization: KodeFabrikken

Hi,

"Stone, Brad V (TC)" wrote:

> Servlets IS java.  Just a fancy shmancy "engine" required to runem.  (ie,
> not as portable as applications).
>

Servlets IS java indeed, but NOT "a fancy shmancy "engine"". Servlet IS an java
API. Servlets runs inside a servlet engine, and ARE portable across servlet
engines if you comply to the servlet specifications. Are your RPG or COBOL
programs portable?

>
> I have found performace is pretty good with them, after the first call
> (which can range from 5 seconds to 2 minutes I've found).  Still, nothing
> seems to beat the consitancy of RPG or COBOL CGI.
>

What do you meen by consistency, and how do you separate logic from
presentation in your CGI programs?

Thorbjørn


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