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can my jsp file run on windows iis server

 
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dear friends
i want to know that is jsp file will run using windows IIS server? if yes ,then how?
pls send me information related this topic
 
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hi jaymal
u can have a look at this

tho i've not dealt with those things so far
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Hi:
as far as i know, jsp is not supported in iis.
 
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server-side Java to existing Web servers, including Microsoft's IIS, Netscape's Enterprise Server, Apache, and more.
http://www.allaire.com/products/jrun/
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[ May 20, 2003: Message edited by: Rene Larsen ]
 
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Thanks for the link!
I found another article, which compares IIS/ASP. Now I think Allaire JRun is compatible with both IIS and Servlet. But IIS is not compatible with Servlet.
 
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