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hello
I am new to iis server , i am using iis on WINDOWS 2000 I am unable to configure it with servlet enviroment I have installed JRUN 2.3.3 so that i can also use Cold Fusion .
Any help regarding this will be appreciated
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Why not use JRun 3.x? - the 2.3 does not support the current servlet and JSP API.
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hi will,
I am using JRun, and when i foreward a request to a page, i get an error message popup which says that "javaw.exe has generated errors and will be closed by windows". After this nothing works. I have some scriptlets in the target jsp page and i pick up an object passes from the servlet thru a request.
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Preetham.
 
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did you add IIS as an external web server in JRUN. There is a wizard to do it. After you did that, there will be a .dll in your scripts directory in IIS.
 
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