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Running servlets in IIS

 
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Hi, I am totally new to web servers but have been saddled with the responsibility if figuring out how to run servlets on IIS 5.0 with Win2k. I got the examples (from tomcat) running but cannot run my own servlets. My servlets were previously running on Apache web server with no problems at all.
I am using jakarta-tomcat to run these servlets under IIS. I configured the worker.properties and uriworkermap files, added a context, created a directory under webapps. I do not know how to configure the web.xml file and am wondering what else I should do to make them run. My context is called myservlets and the log file generated is as follows:
/myservlets: Status code:404 request:R( /myservlets + /summary + null) msg:null
Can anyone please help me figure out where I need to look or point me to a resource that gives a step-by-step instructions to run own servlets in jakarta-tomcat using IIS web server.
Thanks in advance, Raghu
[ August 04, 2003: Message edited by: Raghu Sudhakara ]
 
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Moving to the Tomcat forum.
 
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