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AL thennakoon
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dear sir madem ..........

im new to java .. i have some problems to solve ..
1)as usualy we are using apache tomcat as a servlet container and http server . as a servletcontainer how can i connect tomcat to other http sever just as Webspheare , Xitami, iis ....


could anyone can give me a answer
 
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Please take the time to choose the correct forum for your posts. This forum is for questions on the SCWCD.

This post has been moved to a more appropriate forum.
 
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Since Tomcat is a self-contained web server and servlet container, why would you want to do that?
 
AL thennakoon
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when im using tomcat its only support servlet and jsp only
but i want to create more dynamic and powerfull pages .. theare for i have to use php ,asp to create them but i cant connect them to tomcat apache has httpd.cnf file but tomcat hasnt that file ... so tell me is any space to do that...
 
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Originally posted by AL thennakoon:
but i want to create more dynamic and powerfull pages

Why cannot you use JSP and servlets for that? Mixing JSP, servlets, ASP and php is a recipe for a complete mess! Why do you feel you cannot create dynamic sites with JSP/servlets?
 
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Tomcat can be connected to both The Apache Web Server and to Microsoft's IIS.
There is a page on the Tomcat site with instructions for the various connectors and all of their versions.
See:
http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/

What is it that you think you can do with ASP or PHP that you can't do with server side Java? In my experience being able to easily work with the vast number of libraries available in Java makes it a much more powerful alternative than either of the other two technologies you've mentioned.
[ March 04, 2008: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
AL thennakoon
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thanks ben
 
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