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Hello to all.I want couple of Q's to ask.
1.Is IIS support JSP?
2.Is UNIX support chat application?if not, why?
I hope for the answers soon.Thanks
 
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You need to implement a third party application to have jsp pages served on IIS. IIS is just a web server and cannot support jsp or servlets. You need to get a hold of JRun or Resin or Tomcat or any other third party tool.
I am not too clear about your second question. Are you looking for a chat application that will work on unix? If so, yahoo has a version of its messenger for the unix platform.
 
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Thanks sunder.I mean to say that does unix support every type of chat application(Http,Socket etc.), because i heard that unix cause some problem for chat application.
 
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I am using hosting company jwebhosting.net and they have a lot of experience with JSPs and IIS together so it is a working combo.
Lisa
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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