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Creating web site in IIS and configuring to App Server(JRun)

 
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Hi
i want to create a web site in IIS.
I dont know how to proceed for it.
Pls suggest me the ways to do it.
What all are the steps to do in IIS.
Then how do u configure the same in Jrun
Regards
shekar
[ July 29, 2002: Message edited by: sshekar ]
 
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Maybe this will help you: Internet Information Services Community Center
Realize if you want to host a J2EE website with IIS, you'll need to use a J2EE Application server that has an IIS plug-in.
 
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Originally posted by Jessica Sant:
Realize if you want to host a J2EE website with IIS, you'll need to use a J2EE Application server that has an IIS plug-in.


Is it so? still today i thought only the reverse is possible,that is IIS support JSP/Servelt with Tomcat or ServeltExec or Jrun.
Can u please give some example application server.
Regards
Balaji
 
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sure --
check out BEA's WebLogic -- provides Plugins for IIS, iPlanet and Apache to allow for load balancing / fault tolerance;
Also the HP-Application server does the same.
scroll down to "Using Web-Server Load Balance Brokers"
 
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actually you can use JRun and IIS together to run servlets. you need to set up the IIS virtual directories and JRun virtual paths so that when an Http request occurs it serves up a servlet.
 
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