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Home Depot Moves All Of Its Bricks And Mortar On The Web
Home Depot selects Allaire's JRun Java Servlet and Java Server Pages Engine to deliver content and information to shoppers.

jsp sun  deliver Java Servlets and JSP applications on a variety of operating systems using all the major Java Virtual Machines and Web servers. By standardizing on JRun, Home Depot can take advantage of the technology to build Web applications for everything from the in-store kiosks to corporate intranets to e-commerce sites. Market Impact If you've ever spent an hour wandering around inside a Home Depot, you'll applaud the arrival of kiosks. Furthermore, this announcement represents two significant issues. The

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