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IIS and JSP

Alex Williams
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Joined: May 27, 2004
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Hello Fellow Ranchers,

After numerous hours of configurating the two, I finally got the ISAPI isapi_redirector2.dll filter working correctly...never been so happy to see a up green arrow! Ok, my question now is, after numerous fruitless searches, how should I set this up ... i.e. do I place my servlets and jsp pages in an IIS site or should they be in webapps in tomcat? And how does one access it - i.e. say if I have an IIS site that's initially in asp/html thats on port 80 and then goes over to another section that's servlet/jsp developed. Would that jsp/servlet section be in tomcat or IIS? Whether it's in IIS or webapps, should I map it in workers2.properties and uriworkermap.properties?

I know this is a pain in the @ss question and any help would be grrreatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Alex
[ July 06, 2004: Message edited by: Alex Williams ]

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Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Alex Williams:
do I place my servlets and jsp pages in an IIS site or should they be in webapps in tomcat?

You deploy all your Java code to Tomcat as regular J2EE web applications. All the IIS plugin does is that it checks whether a given request should be served by the Tomcat or the IIS itself, and acts accordingly.


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Alex Williams
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Joined: May 27, 2004
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Hi Lasse,

So sorry for my delay in replying!

Thanks for the quick reply and for your help!

Alex
 
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