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Hi folks,
I have IIS installed on Winnt4 and running. Do I have to have another server to run JSP?. If the answer is yes then which one I should go for and where can I see the installation manual for it. I would appreciate if some one could enlighten me in this matter.
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Hi,
I have the same config. U have to install ServletExec and u have to add tools.jar file in the Servlet class path file. This will enable u to run JSP on IIS.
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