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Hello Kiran I don't think it is possible. What you should do is get an application server(AS) and tie it to IIS. The idea is that when a client makes a request to a servlet, http://www.mysite.com/blalblaservlet IIS knows (because of the tie with the AS) how to invoke the servlet to handle the request. Cheers
Hi, Its very much possible....but for that u have to use third party softwares such as Jrun ...its freely available... u can download that through...www.allaire.com While installing this s/w it will ask u to configure with IIS server..also it supports Apache , tomcat , weblogic... u can run any files such as JSP,SERVLETS,EJB etc... Check it.. Thankx, Ganesh