We are doing all of our new web development with Java/Websphere/not sure
about JSP, with the exception of some IT stuff that is using PHP.  Our
WebSphere environment runs on Linux for z/VM, though we are now starting to
look at moving some part of this to Linux for iSeries.  We use MQ Series for
much of our cross platform information exchange and I don't think we've had
any real interoperability issues.


Scott Ingvaldson
AS/400 System Administrator
GuideOne Insurance Group

-----Original Message-----
date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 13:03:22 -0600
from: richard@xxxxxxxxxxx
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: http://www.rjssoft.com
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