I would like to know your thoughts about XML/XSLT vs JSP.
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I don't think xml will wipe off jsp technology ? what is YOUR explanation regarding this ?
The two are completely complementary - you could use JSP to generate XML.
See the taglibs project at http://jakarta.apache.org/ for a nice way of doing this server-side.
I think XSLT is clearly a better choice for rendering a page if your presentation layer communicates with your business objects using XML. You're simply adding more complexity to your application if you try to use a jsp page to render XML data. As XML becomes more widely used I believe that technologies such as XSLT and XSP from Apache will become the preferred method of rendering dynamic content.
XML/XSLT works more on the representation of your data, while JSP can do more advanced stuff. As a consequence XML/XSLT is understandable for a web designer, while a programmer would find XSLT to limited. A lot of implementations I have seen and implemented myself generate the data (from whatever source) as XML using JSP (or ASP), while the webdesigner can use XML/XSLT to have the output his way.
rubbish guys only tell xml will kill jsp no one kill sun technologies.
JSP is working more faster, and XSLT reqires more virtual memory for XML transformation.