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Savio Mascarenhas
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Hi Guy's !!!
Workin on an application consisting of Servlets.This is to be hosted on a Windows NT Server currently having IIS installed.
Which are the Windows based Java Server's(unlike dos based server's like servletrunner,jws) that can be installed.Windows based in the sense something like IIS and not ones that needs to be started by executing a "start server" command at the command promt.In other words an actual full fledged server.
Also,from among these which are the best and freely downloadable.
Thanks a lot Guy's.
William Brogden
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I think you can find a huge list of server add-ons at java.sun.com - all different flavors. JRun is probably the best known - developer version is free but you pay to go commercial.
Bill

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