On Monday December 10, 2001 07:12 pm, John Holland wrote:
> I may have a project at work to rewrite. I did it in Cold Fusion while
> learning web programming. I had the idea of redoing it in Webware, which I
> would love to do, but it is for a client in my organization that might want
> credentials as to why Webware and Python could be trusted. So I'm thinking
> of maybe JSP/servlets but if I could give evidence of Webware's reliability
> maybe I could get to code in Python instead of Java.
> So come forth, Webware advocates, and give me reason to believe!
You can see a partial list of projects using Webware:
As for reliability, Webware 0.6 is very solid -- it just keeps on running.
If there are bugs in my servlet code, it never crashes the app server.
Instead, I get a nice traceback emailed to me within seconds, and often I can
fix the bug based on the information in the traceback. And Python itself is
The only issue I can think of is to make sure that any database
extension modules or other 3rd-party extension modules you're using are
solid. Someone on this mailing list had reliability problems that were
traced to a faulty PostgreSQL module, I believe.