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Servlets on IIS

 
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How to Run Servlets or JSP pages using IIS as Server?
 
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You can use a servlet engine JRUN. the following link has details about configuring it with IIS.
http://devcentral.iftech.com/articles/Java/intro_Servlet_JSP_Engine/default.php
 
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Where can i found to download the Servlet Engine. I haven't found in java.sun.com.
And thank You for help.
 
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Two popular Servlet Engines that integrate easily with IIS are Tomcat and Resin.
Tomcat Link: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/index.html
Resin Link: http://www.caucho.com
 
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