I have an analysis program, written in Java, which just needs to be "triggered" on a server. It generates static HTML and images. It's not written as a servlet, but of course could be. Here are the questions: Does my client need to purchase an add-on servlet engine such as JRUN in order to interface a java app with their server? They currently use IIS, but that situation might change. If so, does anyone know of a way to simply "trigger" a java application on the server? Hopefully without major security issues. Thanks in advance.
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posted 15 years ago
If their server is already set up to run (for instance) Perl for CGI scripts you could execute your analysis program with a Perl script. You could also run your program from a Java servlet. The free Tomcat servlet engine can be attached to IIS. Bill