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Nitin Dubey
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Hi folks,
I want to set IIS as my webserver with tomcat. All of my servlets, jsps, and htmls will be with tomcat and I want IIS to pick all the files from tomcat and send it to the client.
I want to know how to configure IIS 5.0 and TOMCAT(3.2.1) for the same.
Please let me know at the earliest..
thanx in advance
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There is an entire document on this topic at the jakarta.apache.org website.
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/jakarta-tomcat/src/doc/tomcat-iis-howto.html
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Madhav Lakkapragada
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Kinda curious....whats IIS.....any link for this pl.
regds.
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Hi,
First of all thanx for posting replies...
I have read the document and followed the steps mentioned in it But it did'nt work.
I m not getting the green up arrow in isapi filter. I have downloaded isapi_redirect.dll from http://testdrive.mapinfo.com/techsupp/miprod.nsf..
I get the following message in the log file
[jk_worker.c (164)]: wc_create_worker NULL factory for ajp13
[jk_worker.c (239)]: build_worker_map failed to create workerajp13
The same message is repeating several times...
Please let me know where I have gone wrong..
nitin
 
Nitin Dubey
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Hi,
I got the Green Up arrow now. I made a virtual directory with name jakarta and have given physical path of isapi_redirect.dll as executable.
Now after setting up the environment for tomcat 3.2.1 I am able to access my servlet directly. I have tested IIS 5.0 by giving http://mymachinename it works fine.
Now I want to call my servlet thru IIS. What URL should I give in my HTML so that I could invoke the .class file.
Its Urgent.. Please reply soon...
nitin
 
Nitin Dubey
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Hi guys,
Someone there to answer this configuration stuff..
nitin
 
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Originally posted by Nitin Dubey:
Hi guys,
Someone there to answer this configuration stuff..
nitin

I will get back
 
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