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Vishakha Ahuja
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Does MS IIS server support java servlets and jsp ?
 
Roy Ben Ami
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i have read in this forum that someone mentioned it can be done using some plugin that treats servlets as COM objects......
maybe try to serach this forum.
sorry i dont know more than that (i thought it wasnt possible).
 
Marcus Howarth
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not often I trundle over to the MS site but if you look at Using Java Servlets on IIS you'll see they're confident that with a JVM and an engine installed (e.g Websphere or JRun)
never tried though..
 
Jessica Sant
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Also, you can use IIS as a front end web server and connect it to the HP Application Server through a Load Balance Broker (LBB) that will, well... balance the load... between however many application server instances you're running.
For more info, check out the Administrator's guide: pg. 64, Using Web Server Load Balance Brokers
 
Matt Horton
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I'm using IIS w/ JRun through the JRun Connector proxy. It works great for me.
 
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