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JWS and Tomcat together

 
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Hi!
I am finding problems with running my JSP site hosted on an NT server. The server has Java Web Server running on port 8080 and Tomcat running on 8081. Is it possible to run the two things at the same time? The startup.bat of Tomcat server doesnot get started -the start window either dissapears saying 'path specified not found' or shows some exception and dissapears. What is the solution?
 
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The first thing is to find out what the exception is of course!
Execute the startup.bat from a console window so you can keep the text.
What I really wonder is why you would want to use this setup at all. Does Sun even support the JWS at all anymore? Why not have Tomcat do everything? Are you using IIS to serve normal web pages?
Bill

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