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IIS and JSP Deployment.

 
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Does MS IIS support the deployment of JSP?
 
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I do not think so, but send the question to Bill Gates to see what he will say about this.
 
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we will use asp with servlet in webserver which is running IIS (MS)..
we have club with SErvletExec 4.1..
in my office we awere using the same but i dont have idea of configuration....
 
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Hi Guys this forum is not ment for this question ...
 
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In late 2000 I had the oppurtunity of integrating IIS with JRun We deployed some JSPs and servlets in JRun, and images and HTML in IIS on an NT platform. It worked flawlessly. JRun has evolved to a full-blown application server since then. I hope that JRun can still integrate with IIS. There was one more container called ServletRunner. I'm not sure if the product still exists. You may want to check out macromedia's website to see if JRun can still use IIS as facade.
 
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