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Benchmarks: BSP / JSP

Hello there,

does anyone know if there exist Benchmarks for BSP-Applications vs. JSP/JavaWebDynpro-Applications (external documents) ?

Most interesting are

- scalability

- development time

I suppose JSPs are slower in run time, if the javaconnector is used. Calling of BAPIs/RFCs is preconditioned.

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2004 at 01:22 PM

    Hallo Peter,

    Official from our side there are no measurements done. Of course, we have no doubt that BSP is faster 😊

    What I do know, is that on a website somewhere in the internet there is a simple PetShop build in JSP. This seems to be the reference application that is often used. And I have seen people do the basics of this in BSP within an hour. Just cut and paste the code, and fix a few things. So you can consider this road as one idea.

    Alternative, write your own test programs on both platforms and measure them. Add the correct mix of operations that you are interested in (ex: database access, rendering, etc.) and then measure it through.

    See also:

    <b>BSP Performance: Measuring Roundtrip Latency</b>

    /people/brian.mckellar/blog/2004/06/16/bsp-performance-measuring-roundtrip-latency

    bye, brian

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