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Can I run IIS and j2ee web servers on the same machine

 
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I was just curious of knowing whether Internet Information server and the J2ee server to be run on the same machine on two different ports.And is there any drawback of doing so? Waiting for your reply.....
 
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We have used a combination of IIS and Tomcat setup similar to the standard Apache/Tomcat configuration. I believe their are instructions in the Tomcat config docs that tell you how to set it up with IIS. IIS will handle all normal requests and Tomcat will handle all JSP requests.
It worked pretty well. I have never seen IIS and a full app server running together (JBoss, BEA, etc), but I am sure that it could be done.
Hope this helps.
Chris
 
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Hi,
We worked with JBoss and IIS on the same system. They were doin perfectly great.
Cheers,
Gaya3
 
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Resin can be configured to work with IIS.
 
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