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How do i configure Tomcat 4 with IIS

 
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hello friends,
How do i configure tomcat 4 on IIS. I have done the configutation for Tomcat 3 but i am not getting any info on tomact 4 configuration with IIS.
Can anybody help me out.
Amit
 
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Hi Rinku
I have configured tomcat 4.0 in my win98 system, and it is working. But I don't know why do you need IIS to configure
tomcat. Because I have not tried running tomcat 4.0 in my winNT
os which is our Server. For our company purpose we are using
tomcat 3.2.1 which is successfully in WIN-nt.
I think that ony server.xml file is concerned in this regard.
Bye
NIved
 
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HI Rinku,
I don't think you really need IIS when you are running a tomcat.
The only thing you got to do if you want to configure the tomcat, is to so to the server.xml and set the context type. If you deploy your application in "webapps" directory, you don't even need to configure the serve.xml.
br...
 
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Hi!
@briskrook: You need IIS when you want to run JSP as well as ASP.
So, does anybody has an idea how to configure Tomcat 4 with IIS or knows a JSP-Engine which works with IIS?
Any answers appreciated.
bye,
Chris
 
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