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JSP Vs Coldfusion

kavitha kandla
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Hi,

I would like to know when do we have to go for Coldfusion n when to use JSP.

I would like to know in terms of sclability,extensibility etc.

Which is better to buid the web application.


Thanks,
Kavitha
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Fabio Falci Rodrigues
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Depends, but I prefer JSP! Coldfusion is paid.


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Ulf Dittmer
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There are no general answers to these A-vs-B questions. IMO, CF is a legacy technology, and it should not be used to start new projects (and certainly not at companies that don't use it already).

Coldfusion is paid.

Note that there's a very capable open source solution for running CFML in a servlet container: http://www.openbluedragon.org/
Fabio Falci Rodrigues
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Note that there's a very capable open source solution for running CFML in a servlet container: http://www.openbluedragon.org/


I didn't know that, thanks for the link.

We have a intranet coldfusion system running and I agree with you when you say CF is a legacy technology.
It is very hard to find CF developers.
 
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