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Servlet support for Microsoft IIS

 
Padma Boyapati
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Hi, I am trying to evaluate third party servlet engines to add servlet support to our existing Microsoft IIS web server. So far I have come across JRun (Allaire) and ServletExec (New Atlanta) which meet my requirements. I will appreciate any information on any other plug in to enable deployment of server-side Java applications on IIS.
 
realview
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Try http://www.caucho.com
Their resin product is also good and comes with servlet runner.
[This message has been edited by realview (edited March 27, 2000).]
 
John Bateman
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You can also check out OrionServer.
http://www.orionserver.com
OR the open source project at http://www.apache.org and look into the Jakarta project.. In case you didn't know though is it runs in Apache Webserver and not IIS, but I figured I'd mention it anyway.
 
Paul Bailey
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I've got the Orion server running on another port, this works well.
 
Robert Brunner
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You can also use Tomcat with IIS. THere is a howto available that indicates how to setup IIS and Tomcat together, and you can't beat the price (free).
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/index.html
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-3.2-doc/tomcat-iis-howto.html
 
Bart Tubalinal
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If you want a production quality server, BEA WebLogic Server is J2EE compliant. Tomcat is good for testing purposes.
 
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