> I agree with the other reply to your question.

> (Keep in mind that it will be easier to sell Java to
> the corporate guys. Some executives shy away from open
> source.)

Php vs. Java?
Why not work together.

copy from manual:
There are two possible ways to bridge PHP and Java: you can either
integrate PHP into a Java Servlet environment, which is the more stable
and efficient solution, or integrate Java support into PHP. The former
is provided by a SAPI module that interfaces with the Servlet server,
the latter by the Java extension. 

PHP 4 ext/java provides a simple and effective means for creating and
invoking methods on Java objects from PHP. The JVM is created using JNI,
and everything runs in-process. Build instructions for ext/java can be
found in php4/ext/java/README. 

> Good luck!!!

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