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Jsp's and Servlets under IIS

Shawn Diotte
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Joined: Oct 24, 2002
Posts: 14
Here's my situation, I am running IIS on NT4 and i want to serve JPS's and Servlets. Is it possible to run IIS only to serve these things?
If not what can be done to make it work?
Thanks in advance
Shawn
Michael Bronshteyn
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Joined: Mar 26, 2002
Posts: 85
i don't think you can use IIS to do it. you need servlet container such as tomcat to redirect requests for jsp and servlets.


Michael
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Matthew Phillips
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Joined: Mar 09, 2001
Posts: 2676
You definately need a servlet container. Tomcat can be integrated with IIS and is free. Resin is easily integrated with IIS, but its free license is limited.


Matthew Phillips
Shawn Diotte
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Joined: Oct 24, 2002
Posts: 14
Is there any other way to do it without having to plug in a open source program.... The company i am working for refuses to use open source stuff on their network. So is there any work around out there that has been provided.
Don't know if that is a stupid question but it's one worth asking
William Brogden
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The commercial JRun works fine as an add-on and you can get a free developer's version. You can also buy a version of Resin.
Bill
Shawn Diotte
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Joined: Oct 24, 2002
Posts: 14
Thanks for the info ... i will have to look into it
Karthik Banda
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On my Experience and listening JRun is the best suite....


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Kyle Brown
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There are also several other commercial servlet engines you should look into, such as IBM's WebSphere and BEA's WebLogic.
Kyle


Kyle Brown, Author of Persistence in the Enterprise and Enterprise Java Programming with IBM Websphere, 2nd Edition
See my homepage at http://www.kyle-brown.com/ for other WebSphere information.
 
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