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AppLogics will be replaced by servlets & JSPs in NAS 4.0 (which might be out by now). This servlet implementation will be built on top of the AppLogic layer so it will probably be even buggier than before. If anyone is using NAS 4.0, please share your experience. Personally, I like implementing my server logic in servlets. I build my stuff in JBuilder on Win95 (which offers many nice hand-holding features) and upload the resultant class files to my host. I write a BaseServlet that handles most of the DB connection & user validation crap for a project and then subclass that for the other servlets. Java may require more lines of code but I find it WAY easier to read/maintain than Perl and other similar scriptng languages. David Nicks