On the flip side of things, there are dozens of examples of different ways PHP can interact with other PHP pages on different servers, while briefly stating that itís possible to make interact PHP with other non-PHP scripts as well. Hopefully this article has demonstrated that this is possible and that two different types of technologies can indeed work together.
Some may argue, why mix the 2 types of languages in the first place? Doesnít it make sense just to use JSP/Servlets with J2ME? Well yes, I have to agree, if you are going to start a project from scratch (as mentioned above), then this situation is most likely to arise when supporting already existing systems where the existing system may already be written in PHP and not JSP/Servlets. You should always keep an open mind when using technology. Given the circumstances, you should always use what is best for each situation.
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