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Hi!
Is there any Plugin for Microsoft Internet Information Server available, that can run J-Servlet and JPS ?
Better to say: is there any way to run Servlets and JSPs in the Microsoft area???
Thanks a lot!
 
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Most JSP and Servlet engines can be attached to IIS one of the most popular being Jrun but there are others such as Weblogic, Resin etc.
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Thanks!
Do you know an IIS plugin to do so???
 
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If you are using JRun 3.0 as your web server then u can connect to IIS or PWS thro' connector proxy. In this way u will change ur web server but still u can use the other component like JSPWriter from Jrun.
 
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