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how to run jsp in IIS URGENT !!!

 
Srinath R
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my project is written now i need to run this code in iis how do i do this what is that i require and will iis suport jsp,
do v need any third party tool
kindly respond soon
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nicolarsson
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Yes you do, you need a server which can handle JAVA, tomcat for example.
you nedd a Jserv.dll, this is very easy.
checkout: http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/index.html http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/jakarta-tomcat/src/doc/index.html
Nico
 
Marius Holm
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Hi Srinath,
As Mr. nicolarsson said, you will need a server that complies with the Servlet specifications, which IIS in itself does not.
(I assume you want to run a servlet, but the same applies to JSP pages). You can either, as Mr. nicolarsson suggests, start with a totally different server as for instance Tomcat, or, if you want to run this on a production server, installing a new server, may not be a suitable option. Instead, you might want to host a servlet container in your existing IIS installation. I asked a related question a few days ago, if anyone had experiences with servlet hosting in IIS. "Servlets on IIS, anyone got some tips...? "
These servlet containers are free for development/evaluation (for unlimited time with development):
Allaire JRun JRun
Unify ServletExec Unify ServletExec
I have not have had the time to try this yet, but replies to my mail indicate it should work well.
Good luck!
Marius

[This message has been edited by Marius Holm (edited January 25, 2001).]
 
Ajan Balakrishnan
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Follow the links below which will help you setup IIS to cooperate with Tomcat. Be extremely careful to follow the procedures as listed since it's a little tricky first time. I could successfuly host the servlets on IIS/TOMCAT/WIN98 platform but got some problems loading the isapi.dll on WIN NT machine. I think it should work as well with some effort. Resin1.2.1 is another useful webserver/container. If you are little tight on the budget these are the 2 you should be looking . Among the 2 Resin is my personal favorite. It is much more faster than Tomcat, very setup(just have to run one setup.exe file comes with the installation)and can be run as a standalone webserver or use it with any one of your favorite webservers. One thing to note is eventhough Resin is 100% free for demos,development and similar puposes i think you have to pay a small one time fee ($10 or something but not sure) if you want to take it to production, check this out.
If you are willing to spend some money there are plenty of them available in the market.
Follow the URL
http://www.caucho.com/download/ for Resin
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/jakarta-tomcat/src/doc/tomcat-iis-howto.html for Tomcat setup

Ajan
 
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