i have configured TOMCAT 5.0.24 with IIS6 without ISOLATION mode and its working fine, only one problem facing that if any *.jsp configured as default page in IIS it shows source code i.e. http://domain.com and index.jsp default--- it is showing same code written in the file but doesn't get executed, when i enter http://domain.com/index.jsp then it works with no errors
How are you mapping .jsp to Tomcat? I suspect that if you tell IIS that a .jsp is a default page, it does not give Tomcat a chance at it. Maybe you should make your default page HTML that redirects to the jsp. Bill
Till now im doing the same but what is the problem with default .jsp. any idea.
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To amplify what I said before. I suspect that if IIS sees a request URL that includes the .jsp, it is able to route the request to Tomcat. If it sees a request without a page file name (ie http://domain.com ) it does not go through the same lookup mechanism that is able to find Tomcat, but goes directly to the page file specified as a default page. Bill