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How to configure Tomcat on iPlanet

 
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I use iPlanet Web Server 6.0 for my project.
I have been reading documents and web forum sites to figure out how to overwrite the iPlanet's native servlet container with my choice of Tomcat. I have seen many people asking this question with any specific answers.
If any one out there has done this for iPlanet and has information, would you mind sharing your findings? Much appreciate it!
 
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have you got any answer regading your question. if so could you share it please cause i am working on the same scenario. : Iplanet and tomcat. or if you had solved it would be great too. in addition to that i have other problem too which was i changed the default port 8080 and the Ajp13 port 8009 to new ports but i am still havine problem with it too . is any other place to change the port numbers than (Server.xml and server-noexamples.xml.conf files)
thanks
 
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