I don't know if this qualifies for your list but my company, LANWrights, uses servlets for teaching courses in HTML, TCPIP and XML. Right now these courses are administered through the Austin Community College. The servlet engine is JRun 2.3 but we expect to upgrade to JRun 3.0 over the Christmas break. Once that is running we will be converting more functions from Perl to servlets and JSP. Bill
Thanks bill for your post. As you can see I have your site posted www.lanw.com and about a month or 2 ago I did see some servlets at your site and i remembered that. I think it is in all java programmers to know of jsp sites that are popular. And It proves to the "experts who do no program in java yet say it is still unproven" My future website www.firewallfortress.com is going to have jsp and ejbs and xml. I am just going to dive into it.
Another one that uses jsp is http://www.qool.com. Its a free auction site that runs thousands of auctions every month...so its a good one to see jsp on. [This message has been edited by Lee Reedy (edited November 05, 2000).] [This message has been edited by Lee Reedy (edited November 05, 2000).]