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Can we run a servlet on the IIS?

 
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Dear All,

I am a beginner in servlets codeing and I need your help on this point....

Can I run the Servlet on the IIS? Or I can only run it on the apache Tomcat

and Macromedia JRun.

Thanks

Andy
 
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This is generally done by connecting Tomcat to IIS.
The connector is an ISAPI filter that passes all Servlet/JSP requests to Tomcat.
 
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Because IIS is not a servlet container. You can say it a web server. So, you can run your servlet in any application server that has servlet container.

However, Ben steered you in right direction.
 
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Microsoft IIS and Tomcat are compatible and its the best way to run servlets from IIS, but its not the easiest installation in the world. Requires a lot of small steps.
 
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