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ServletExec within IIS + Spring?

 
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Hello,

1 - I am considering using Spring framework for my next project. I have not used the framework before. I am also new to the configuration I have to work with at my new-ish job. We have ServletExec web application server plugin in our IIS server. Has anyone tried to use Spring with this combination? Or do you have an opinion if this would work? And if not, other ideas?

2 - Also, I've been looking for a ServletExec Eclipse plugin, and was not able to find anything new. The one I saw was by X-Parrots, and is for Eclipse 2, and was not touched since 2002. Any good ideas on this?

Thanks!
-Lana
 
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I don't see why Spring wouldn't work with it--seems like it'd be pretty easy to do a small proof-of-concept.
 
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Thanks for the reply. I just did not want to spend the time, if there was no way to do this. But from you answer, and from looking around some more, there is really no evident reason that this would not work. I will give it a try, and post the results here, in case someone else is interested.

Thanks.
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Hello,

I am happy to let those who care know that Spring indeed works with IIS-6/ServletExec AS combination (on XP). I am using Spring 3. I just have a very basic stuff working for now. If issues come up as I make progress, I will post those here.

Cheers!
-Lana
 
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