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Configure IBM JDK with iPlanet 4.1 to run JSP on it & lookup EJB on Websphere

 
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I want to make iPlanet run JSP/Servlet on itself, which can lookup the EJBs deployed on Websphere App Server 4.0. For this, I require IBM's JDK to be configured on iPlanet. Is that right?
When I try to configure iPlanet web server 4.1 SP7, installed on Sun Solaris, to use IBM's JDK, the server stops automatically, as soon as it starts.
The error log says:

Can't I use IBM's JDK with iPlanet 4.1SP7? Can I use Solaris' JVM to execute JSP and lookup EJBs deployed on WAS?
 
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I don't think you're going to be able to make this work. IIOP interoperability is NOT a part of the EJB level that WAS 4.0 was written to. I think you should instead strongly consider hosting the servlet & jsp on WebSphere instead of inside iPLanet.
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