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Re: [ossig] JSP v PHP for Biz Intelligence Application

for financial applications, from security to scalability, from exception
handling to transaction management (at application level, not db level), from
application architecture to various other reasons... from speed to code

most importantly, even if php beat j2ee in all technical aspects (which is not
true), the mileage gained from deploying j2ee systems lend more credibility,
hence command a hire price from pure marketing angle..... since this is a web
application for the financial sector, commercially, technically, I would like
to humbly recommend j2ee...

--- Ditesh Kumar <ditesh@gathani.org> wrote:

> On Tue, 2006-07-11 at 11:28 +0100, Vincent Lee wrote:
> > there's a difference between building an application and building a normal
> > web-site with web technology... since this is for financial sector... I
> would
> > choose j2ee if I am Raja. just my 2 cents worth...
> putting aside client side considerations and looking only at technology
> considerations, what are the problems that you see with using php in the
> financial sector?
> while we are at it, defining "financial sector" would help frame the
> boundaries of the arguments made.
> ditesh
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