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launch the .net project in website which is developed in strtus2

 
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Hi All,

I am creating the Website using strtus2
But I want to incorporatet the .net tool in my project
Is it possible to run the .net tool in my website which is developed by using the Java Laguage

Plese any one give the suggestions in this

Thanks & Regards
Geeta
 
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I would guess that IIS is the only server capable of running .Net applications (unless Mono can do that...?).

But you may be able to run Java web apps on the same machine as IIS (or even in-process with IIS) using something like NewAtlanta ServletExec or Tomcat's JK ISAPI plugin. That would allow some degree of integration.
 
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