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Deploying Java web service on IIS

Dave Ehrlich
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Joined: Nov 12, 2002
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I want to run a java web service under IIS. This information on the web that I've been able to find discuss running java web services under Tomcat or an app server such as Websphere.
Can any point me to information showing how to set up and run a java web service under IIS.
Thanks,
Dave
Balaji Loganathan
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Joined: Jul 13, 2001
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Originally posted by Dave Ehrlich:
I want to run a java web service under IIS. This information on the web that I've been able to find discuss running java web services under Tomcat or an app server such as Websphere.
Can any point me to information showing how to set up and run a java web service under IIS.
Thanks,
Dave

Most of the servlet container's can be integrated with IIS, example Tomcat-IIS, ServletExec - IIS
the best way could be to configure your java web service with tomcat or serlvetexec and then with IIS.
Regards
Balaji


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