Java - NO on any platform.

For internal use only we access our AS/400 via web applications written
in WebSmart from BCD.  Have approximately 300 WebSmart programs that are
easy to program.  I have 6 of my AS/400 programmers using WebSmart
almost full time now.

For External-world apps, i.e. our ecommerce site:  All done in C# using
.NET running on IIS and MS SQL Server. I have 9 programmers in this
area.  We see approximately 35,000 UNIQUE visitors per day serving up
hundreds of thousands of web pages consuming approximately 15mb of
bandwidth peak per day.  This is growing at approximately 10% PER MONTH!
This Wintel platform uses 3 quad-cpu Dell servers and is hosted on the
Internet backbone at an SBC site.  Shows no signs of strain.

Chuck Ackerman
Lamps Plus.

-----Original Message-----
From: richard@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:richard@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 11:03 AM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: ** POLL - How many of you are playing with Java/Websphere/JSP

Hello All, 

I'm doing a quick informal poll to see how many of you are using or
contemplating using Java/Websphere/JSP for web development ?

Also, I'm curious how many of you have other platforms such as
Unix/Linux/Windows for other business applications ?

We are finding more and more shops asking us about interoperability with
Unix and Linux based applications. 

In fact we're currently working on a pSeries/RS6000 based document
management solution because of the demand for value add products there. 

Any feedback would be appreciated. 

Richard Schoen
RJS Software Systems Inc. 

Email: richard@xxxxxxxxxxx
Web Site:
Tel: (952) 898-3038
Fax: (952) 898-1781
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