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Databases

Jayson, Maybe you can make sense of this EL question. Background is after the questions. 1.) Who is the EL audience? 2.) How is Sun marketing EL to PHP and non-java web developers? 3.) Is this more fashion than function? 4.) Are non-java developers using EL? 5.) Does EL make it harder for java developers? At a recent JUG, people unanimously said Java code in JSP is bad. In a JSF...
on Oct 23, 2003