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Running jsp pages in IIS web directory

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I have a development box with Win2k server running IIS 5. I just installed Tomcat 4.1.27 and can get the jsp pages in tomcat directory to run without error. If I take those same jsp files in put them in a web directory within IIS, they do not work. Must I develop all jsp pages in the tomcat area and just link to them? I was under the impression that the isapi_redirector2.dll file was to take any jsp pages that came into IIS and send them to tomcat to be processed and then given to the client machine for display. Am I way off base? Is it a configuration thing or security thing? Help please.
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