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ronit mathur
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Hello Everyone, I want to know about JSP. And what is the difference between JSP and ASP. I have a website in Aspx named WWW.optique.in.
Bear Bibeault
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That's the sort of question that goggle is good at answering: compare JSP to ASP


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Palak Mathur
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ronit mathur wrote:Hello Everyone, I want to know about JSP. And what is the difference between JSP and ASP. I have a website in Aspx named WWW.optique.in.


You want information regarding ASP when you already have a website running aspx.


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Bear Bibeault
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I think he's looking for info on how JSP compares to ASP.
Palak Mathur
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Bear Bibeault wrote:I think he's looking for info on how JSP compares to ASP.


But his subject doesn't convey anything about JSP. He posted it on JSP forum with a subject asking information about ASP and also posted url of his website.

P.S.: I have edited my post. It was kind of rude.
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English may not be a strong language for him -- I've updated the subject to be more informative.
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Palak Mathur wrote:But his subject doesn't convey anything about JSP. He posted it on JSP forum with a subject asking information about ASP and also posted url of his website.

P.S.: I have edited my post. It was kind of rude.


Well, no, he didn't ask for information about ASP. At least not in the post, where he said:



Although the post title was definitely misleading. Anyway thanks for editing your post.
Palak Mathur
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Paul Clapham wrote:
Palak Mathur wrote:But his subject doesn't convey anything about JSP. He posted it on JSP forum with a subject asking information about ASP and also posted url of his website.

P.S.: I have edited my post. It was kind of rude.


Well, no, he didn't ask for information about ASP. At least not in the post, where he said:



Although the post title was definitely misleading. Anyway thanks for editing your post.


The title now looks fine.

My doubt arose that this post is for promotion after I saw the url of his website. Asking information about JSP might have been just an excuse to do so. :)

P.S.:- I should have been a detective!! :)
sheng tadena
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hi....
i am a new member here...
i am also new about ASP and JSP.., but what is the most easy to learn between the two???
 
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