Chuck Tilly says:
>the Netscape Enterprise Web Server. Additionally, I have been informed that
>I need to move this site off of NS Enterprise and over to MS IIS. Well...
>only recognize what is in the ECMA standard? And lastly, is anyone out
>active server pages? I would prefer to go this route myself so I am looking
>for suggestions on good references.
It's pretty much just ECMA script, but with access to COM/ActiveX.
All-in-all, I prefer JScript for ASP because the syntax is more
programmatic, and less verbose than VBScript
, and most importantly (to
me) allows for optional arguments to a function. Ultimately, they
both do the same thing though, and JScript -based resources for ASP
will be harder to find.
I believe (not an expert on it) that Netscape Enterprise uses Java,
do on the code, but at least you can salvage some, which is better
than rewriting the whole thing, no?
MCP+I / MCSE