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Is Java/JSP fast enough for creating an website portal?

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Hi,

I'm contemplating whether I should be developing a community-based website portal (100,000 users) in Java/JSP or PHP. My concern with Java/JSP is the slowness of it? Are my concerns justified or should that not be an issue?

Thanks,
JS
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by:Kuldeepchaturvedi
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there are so many web sites today that run on java jsp... I don't see much of a trouble with them...
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EE is one example..
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by:gometang
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So, when would you want to run it on PHP vs Java/JSP? Or is it more a matter of persona choice?
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I wd say it goes with what kind of expertise you have in hand....

Different technologies do have their say what ultimately it lies on what you are comfortable with to deliver....


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you can find some info here:
http://forums.devshed.com/archive/t-37363
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