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Hello Friends,
Can i execute Servlet & JSP on MS-IIS?
with best regards,
Shrinivas
 
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Yes, if you use Microsoft's JVM. There's an article here which might help.
 
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Originally posted by Paul Sturrock:
Yes, if you use Microsoft's JVM. There's an article here which might help.



Huh? You would still need a servlet container (Tomcat) to actually process the JSP/Servlet requests. You can use IIS for static content and have it forward JSP/Servlet requests to something like Tomcat, but pure IIS does not know what to do with JSP/Servlets.
 
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Sorry the url I gave was faulty (I'll try again). Apparently, it can be done, though its far from perfect.

A more helpful response might be: yes it can be done, but don't bother; it's not worth the effort. Just use Tomcat.
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My first reaction was the same as Gregg: 'Huh?'

The simplicity of the solution in using the Adapter design pattern is quite impressive.
 
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