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Business Server Pages [BSP] v .NET v Java

This is a question for the SAP team.

I have a lot of experience in Javascript & ASP.

I have spent the last year writing apps in VB.NET using Visual Studio.

I have also been creating and calling web services

using ASP.NET.

I also have a years experience writing Java.

I am looking to create solutions in the area of Application integration, and I kind of favour using the .NET Connector SAP solution.

However, I have to share the server with others creating Java solutions.

My question is:

If I use the .NET solution, I presume I will need to e use M/Softs Internet Server [IIS], WAS only has ABAP and Java engines.

Can IIS co-exist on the same machine as SAP WAS??

I think not as they probably both use port 80!!

Therefore maybe I am better off using BSP [with Javascript], but then do I need ABAP experience??

Should I be looking at using JSP and hope I have enough Java experience??

My preference is for .NET, then BSP and lastly JSP.

What does the support team think??

Thanks

Sean

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2004 at 01:40 AM

    >If I use the .NET solution, I presume I will need to e >use M/Softs Internet Server [IIS], WAS only has ABAP and >Java engines.

    >Can IIS co-exist on the same machine as SAP WAS??

    >I think not as they probably both use port 80!!

    I am going to answer the co-existance question myself:

    IIS and SAP WAS can co-exist on the same server,

    although it may not be a good idea in a production environment, for performance and security reasons.

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