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Using servlet technology with Microsoft IIS  RSS feed

 
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I want to use servlet with Microsoft IIS but I dont want to use Tomcat servlet container. Is there any standard & reliable(Not Open Source Product) servlet container which goes with Microsoft IIS web server?
If yes could anyone give me brief info about it?
 
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Tomcat is standard
Tomcat is reliable
if you want closed source, I suggest you look at Orion (http://www.orionserver.com).
It's very good, reliable and fast, easy to configure.
$1500 per server, with free development licenses (and free for non-commercial and educational use).
It can completely replace IIS (unless you're running ASP of course).
 
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JRun is another servlet container that will cooperate with IIS. Last time I looked the development version is free but you need a $$$ license for commercial use.
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Well I think I will go for Tomcat only. But now how do I redirect my requests from IIS to Tomcat. I dont want set up Tomcat as separate server rather I just want to use it as servlet container.
 
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Do a search on Tomcat IIS installation, it's pretty easy to do
 
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Hope this link helps.
http://www.verysimple.com/scripts/support_tc_iis.html
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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