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Anonymous
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Hi, I am new comer to Java, I worked in ASP...
now I've got IIS installed on my NT machine, how can I run JSP files on that server, I've got Java Web Server...
plzz answer with some details ...
Thanx
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Aatif Malik
vikas sahni
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hi aatif,
u acn run *.jsp files by putting them in public_html dir of java web server. u can see the version your web server supports by looking at the servlet.properties file somewhere in properties folder. jws 2.0 supports jsp1.0 only.
the corresponding servlet will be stored in the tmpdir directory of jws
all the best
vikas
William Brogden
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To service JSP and servlets from IIS, you need a servlet engine add-on. The Tomcat package (jakarta.apache.org) is supposed to be able to function as an add-on although I have not tried it. There are a number of commercial add-ons that have free developer versions such as JRUN (www.allaire.com) and Orion (www.orionserver.com).
Bill
 
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