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  1. #1
    Saiful Guest

    Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    Hi All

    Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web server
    with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration for
    the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.

    rgds,
    Saiful

  2. #2
    Kim Fowler Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS

    IIS does not natively support servlets or JSP, so you will have to use
    a third party product, three of these that support IIS are;

    Jrun
    found at www.allaire.com

    Unify ewave ServletExec
    found at www.unify.com

    TomCat
    found at jakarta.apache.org this one is free and is also the
    reference model for servlet/ JSP processing

    Hope that helps
    Kim

    On 9 Oct 2000 03:44:07 -0700, "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> did
    scribble:

    >
    >Hi All
    >
    >Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web server
    >with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration for
    >the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    >for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.
    >
    >rgds,
    >Saiful



  3. #3
    Saiful Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    Hi

    I have downloaded TomCat but how do I use it on IIS web server to test for
    Servlet and JSP. Hope that you can assist me in this area for a step by step
    how to start guideline.

    I have a quick read thru a bit of the material but don't really comprehend
    what's it is saying.

    rgds,
    Saiful


    devx@finao.co.uk (Kim Fowler) wrote:
    >IIS does not natively support servlets or JSP, so you will have to use
    >a third party product, three of these that support IIS are;
    >
    >Jrun
    >found at www.allaire.com
    >
    >Unify ewave ServletExec
    >found at www.unify.com
    >
    >TomCat
    >found at jakarta.apache.org this one is free and is also the
    >reference model for servlet/ JSP processing
    >
    >Hope that helps
    >Kim
    >
    >On 9 Oct 2000 03:44:07 -0700, "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> did
    >scribble:
    >
    >>
    >>Hi All
    >>
    >>Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web

    server
    >>with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration for
    >>the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    >>for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.
    >>
    >>rgds,
    >>Saiful

    >



  4. #4
    Kim Fowler Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS

    Hi
    Wlecome to the world of Apache/ Tomcat :-) These products tend to be
    driven by settings in config files, although the settings ae described
    in the help documentation it is not always..... intuitive.

    If you haven't met the products before and are not used to their
    configuration you may be better of downloading the developer edition
    of JRun from Allaire, this has a standard windows installer and a GUI
    driven config routine.

    the developer edition is also free, and not tine limited but will only
    allow 3 concurrent connections - ample for testing

    if you get any problems with that or you decide to fight on with
    TomCat then feel free to come back.

    As to the structure of the web Application this has become constant at
    Servlet API 2.2, you should end up on your disc with a structure
    similar to

    <Directory: name of your web app>
    |
    |
    |
    - WEB_INF
    | |
    | |
    | |
    | |--- classes
    | |
    | |- lib
    |
    |--- any other web files (html/ jsp etc)

    the classes directory holds servlet and supporting class files
    the lib directory holds jars for servlets and supporting files

    HTH
    Kim


    On 9 Oct 2000 19:21:37 -0700, "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> did
    scribble:

    >
    >Hi
    >
    >I have downloaded TomCat but how do I use it on IIS web server to test for
    >Servlet and JSP. Hope that you can assist me in this area for a step by step
    >how to start guideline.
    >
    >I have a quick read thru a bit of the material but don't really comprehend
    >what's it is saying.
    >
    >rgds,
    >Saiful
    >
    >
    >devx@finao.co.uk (Kim Fowler) wrote:
    >>IIS does not natively support servlets or JSP, so you will have to use
    >>a third party product, three of these that support IIS are;
    >>
    >>Jrun
    >>found at www.allaire.com
    >>
    >>Unify ewave ServletExec
    >>found at www.unify.com
    >>
    >>TomCat
    >>found at jakarta.apache.org this one is free and is also the
    >>reference model for servlet/ JSP processing
    >>
    >>Hope that helps
    >>Kim
    >>
    >>On 9 Oct 2000 03:44:07 -0700, "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> did
    >>scribble:
    >>
    >>>
    >>>Hi All
    >>>
    >>>Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web

    >server
    >>>with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration for
    >>>the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    >>>for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.
    >>>
    >>>rgds,
    >>>Saiful

    >>

    >



  5. #5
    Saiful Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    Hi

    I still would like to stick to Tomcat. Is it ok that you tell me how to set
    up this cat on my NT machine with IIS? Its very difficult but I am willing
    to learn.

    rgds,
    Saiful

    devx@finao.co.uk (Kim Fowler) wrote:
    >Hi
    >Wlecome to the world of Apache/ Tomcat :-) These products tend to be
    >driven by settings in config files, although the settings ae described
    >in the help documentation it is not always..... intuitive.
    >
    >If you haven't met the products before and are not used to their
    >configuration you may be better of downloading the developer edition
    >of JRun from Allaire, this has a standard windows installer and a GUI
    >driven config routine.
    >
    >the developer edition is also free, and not tine limited but will only
    >allow 3 concurrent connections - ample for testing
    >
    >if you get any problems with that or you decide to fight on with
    >TomCat then feel free to come back.
    >
    >As to the structure of the web Application this has become constant at
    >Servlet API 2.2, you should end up on your disc with a structure
    >similar to
    >
    ><Directory: name of your web app>
    >|
    >|
    >|
    >- WEB_INF
    >| |
    >| |
    >| |
    >| |--- classes
    >| |
    >| |- lib
    >|
    >|--- any other web files (html/ jsp etc)
    >
    >the classes directory holds servlet and supporting class files
    >the lib directory holds jars for servlets and supporting files
    >
    >HTH
    >Kim
    >
    >
    >On 9 Oct 2000 19:21:37 -0700, "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> did
    >scribble:
    >
    >>
    >>Hi
    >>
    >>I have downloaded TomCat but how do I use it on IIS web server to test

    for
    >>Servlet and JSP. Hope that you can assist me in this area for a step by

    step
    >>how to start guideline.
    >>
    >>I have a quick read thru a bit of the material but don't really comprehend
    >>what's it is saying.
    >>
    >>rgds,
    >>Saiful
    >>
    >>
    >>devx@finao.co.uk (Kim Fowler) wrote:
    >>>IIS does not natively support servlets or JSP, so you will have to use
    >>>a third party product, three of these that support IIS are;
    >>>
    >>>Jrun
    >>>found at www.allaire.com
    >>>
    >>>Unify ewave ServletExec
    >>>found at www.unify.com
    >>>
    >>>TomCat
    >>>found at jakarta.apache.org this one is free and is also the
    >>>reference model for servlet/ JSP processing
    >>>
    >>>Hope that helps
    >>>Kim
    >>>
    >>>On 9 Oct 2000 03:44:07 -0700, "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> did
    >>>scribble:
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>>Hi All
    >>>>
    >>>>Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web

    >>server
    >>>>with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration

    for
    >>>>the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    >>>>for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.
    >>>>
    >>>>rgds,
    >>>>Saiful
    >>>

    >>

    >



  6. #6
    Mio Nino Marquez Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS

    Saiful,

    I'm a newcomer to Java/Servlet/JSP... but I happen to have installed Tomcat
    this morning.. so...

    Anyway, what we did was extract Tomcat 3.1 into my hard disk (ie
    d:\jakarta-tomcat)
    Create a new Environment variable named TOMCAT_HOME and set it to where you
    installed Tomcat
    Make sure that your JAVA_HOME environment variable is also set to where your
    JDK is.

    Finally, go to \jakarta-tomcat\bin and run startup.bat. This will load/start
    Tomcat.
    To try whether all is fine, key in http://localhost:8080 to load Tomcat's
    Servlet/JSP demo page.

    Anything else, I suggest you check the documentation. :-)

    HTH,

    Mio Nino Marquez


    "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote in message
    news:39e5196b$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Hi
    >
    > I still would like to stick to Tomcat. Is it ok that you tell me how to

    set
    > up this cat on my NT machine with IIS? Its very difficult but I am willing
    > to learn.
    >
    > rgds,
    > Saiful





  7. #7
    Mikael Petterson Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hi All
    >
    >Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web server
    >with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration for
    >the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    >for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.
    >
    >rgds,
    >Saiful


    Hi there,

    Since your qustion is general I will keep my answer general.
    If you use the Java WebServer 2.0. A cheap product and runs good. You can
    run both JSP and servlets. It is
    important to set the path to the servlet container. The java webserver comes
    with a great GUI.

    //Mikael

    PS. If you have any problem with this product let me know.


  8. #8
    wonderful Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    Dear Saiful,
    I would suggest look at jrun plug-in for IIS that allows you to run
    JSP with custom tags and servlets.
    Since you are a programmer I will let you explore the world with hints.
    Hope this will help if not let me know.

    Wonderful



  9. #9
    Saiful Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    Hi

    Can I get some clarifications from you. What do you mean by TOMCAT_HOME environment
    variable. Do you mean setting the path to reflect those files in the Tomcat
    directory. If that's the case, which directory would that be? And JAVA_HOME
    Environment variable - do you mean to set the classpath to reflect those
    of the jar files if I am using JDK1.2

    rgds,
    Saiful




    "Mio Nino Marquez" <someone@myrealbox.com> wrote:
    >Saiful,
    >
    >I'm a newcomer to Java/Servlet/JSP... but I happen to have installed Tomcat
    >this morning.. so...
    >
    >Anyway, what we did was extract Tomcat 3.1 into my hard disk (ie
    >d:\jakarta-tomcat)
    >Create a new Environment variable named TOMCAT_HOME and set it to where

    you
    >installed Tomcat
    >Make sure that your JAVA_HOME environment variable is also set to where

    your
    >JDK is.
    >
    >Finally, go to \jakarta-tomcat\bin and run startup.bat. This will load/start
    >Tomcat.
    >To try whether all is fine, key in http://localhost:8080 to load Tomcat's
    >Servlet/JSP demo page.
    >
    >Anything else, I suggest you check the documentation. :-)
    >
    >HTH,
    >
    >Mio Nino Marquez
    >
    >
    >"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote in message
    >news:39e5196b$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> Hi
    >>
    >> I still would like to stick to Tomcat. Is it ok that you tell me how to

    >set
    >> up this cat on my NT machine with IIS? Its very difficult but I am willing
    >> to learn.
    >>
    >> rgds,
    >> Saiful

    >
    >
    >



  10. #10
    Mio Nino Marquez Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS

    Saiful,

    I think this should be of help to you:

    http://archive.coreservlets.com/Using-Tomcat.html

    HTH,

    Mio Nino Marquez


    "Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote in message
    news:39ebc2e8$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Hi
    >
    > Can I get some clarifications from you. What do you mean by TOMCAT_HOME

    environment
    > variable. Do you mean setting the path to reflect those files in the

    Tomcat
    > directory. If that's the case, which directory would that be? And

    JAVA_HOME
    > Environment variable - do you mean to set the classpath to reflect those
    > of the jar files if I am using JDK1.2
    >
    > rgds,
    > Saiful
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Mio Nino Marquez" <someone@myrealbox.com> wrote:
    > >Saiful,
    > >
    > >I'm a newcomer to Java/Servlet/JSP... but I happen to have installed

    Tomcat
    > >this morning.. so...
    > >
    > >Anyway, what we did was extract Tomcat 3.1 into my hard disk (ie
    > >d:\jakarta-tomcat)
    > >Create a new Environment variable named TOMCAT_HOME and set it to where

    > you
    > >installed Tomcat
    > >Make sure that your JAVA_HOME environment variable is also set to where

    > your
    > >JDK is.
    > >
    > >Finally, go to \jakarta-tomcat\bin and run startup.bat. This will

    load/start
    > >Tomcat.
    > >To try whether all is fine, key in http://localhost:8080 to load Tomcat's
    > >Servlet/JSP demo page.
    > >
    > >Anything else, I suggest you check the documentation. :-)
    > >
    > >HTH,
    > >
    > >Mio Nino Marquez
    > >
    > >
    > >"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote in message
    > >news:39e5196b$1@news.devx.com...
    > >>
    > >> Hi
    > >>
    > >> I still would like to stick to Tomcat. Is it ok that you tell me how to

    > >set
    > >> up this cat on my NT machine with IIS? Its very difficult but I am

    willing
    > >> to learn.
    > >>
    > >> rgds,
    > >> Saiful

    > >
    > >
    > >

    >




  11. #11
    Saiful Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    Thanks Mio

    rgds,
    Saiful

    "Mio Nino Marquez" <someone@myrealbox.com> wrote:
    >Saiful,
    >
    >I think this should be of help to you:
    >
    >http://archive.coreservlets.com/Using-Tomcat.html
    >
    >HTH,
    >
    >Mio Nino Marquez
    >
    >
    >"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote in message
    >news:39ebc2e8$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> Hi
    >>
    >> Can I get some clarifications from you. What do you mean by TOMCAT_HOME

    >environment
    >> variable. Do you mean setting the path to reflect those files in the

    >Tomcat
    >> directory. If that's the case, which directory would that be? And

    >JAVA_HOME
    >> Environment variable - do you mean to set the classpath to reflect those
    >> of the jar files if I am using JDK1.2
    >>
    >> rgds,
    >> Saiful
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> "Mio Nino Marquez" <someone@myrealbox.com> wrote:
    >> >Saiful,
    >> >
    >> >I'm a newcomer to Java/Servlet/JSP... but I happen to have installed

    >Tomcat
    >> >this morning.. so...
    >> >
    >> >Anyway, what we did was extract Tomcat 3.1 into my hard disk (ie
    >> >d:\jakarta-tomcat)
    >> >Create a new Environment variable named TOMCAT_HOME and set it to where

    >> you
    >> >installed Tomcat
    >> >Make sure that your JAVA_HOME environment variable is also set to where

    >> your
    >> >JDK is.
    >> >
    >> >Finally, go to \jakarta-tomcat\bin and run startup.bat. This will

    >load/start
    >> >Tomcat.
    >> >To try whether all is fine, key in http://localhost:8080 to load Tomcat's
    >> >Servlet/JSP demo page.
    >> >
    >> >Anything else, I suggest you check the documentation. :-)
    >> >
    >> >HTH,
    >> >
    >> >Mio Nino Marquez
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote in message
    >> >news:39e5196b$1@news.devx.com...
    >> >>
    >> >> Hi
    >> >>
    >> >> I still would like to stick to Tomcat. Is it ok that you tell me how

    to
    >> >set
    >> >> up this cat on my NT machine with IIS? Its very difficult but I am

    >willing
    >> >> to learn.
    >> >>
    >> >> rgds,
    >> >> Saiful
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >

    >>

    >
    >



  12. #12
    madani Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS



    to use tomcat,just install it in your computer ,id does not matter where
    you install it.
    then set up your tomcat_home path by identifying the driver from which you
    will start tomcat Example:

    if you are going to start tomcat from driver M then type:
    >set tomcat_home=M:\


    then set up your path to allow tomcat to know your java.exe's files and tomcat
    exe's files example:

    >set path=M:\jdk1.1.8\bin;M:\tomcat\bin


    then your classpath example:

    >set classpath=M:\jdk1.1.8\lib\classes.zip (use the appropriate path for

    jdk you r using)

    then change to directory which you decided to use as your tomcat_home and
    type:
    >startup

    and then browse http://localhost:8080

    hope this help

    Madani







    "Mio Nino Marquez" <someone@myrealbox.com> wrote:
    >Saiful,
    >
    >I think this should be of help to you:
    >
    >http://archive.coreservlets.com/Using-Tomcat.html
    >
    >HTH,
    >
    >Mio Nino Marquez
    >
    >
    >"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote in message
    >news:39ebc2e8$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> Hi
    >>
    >> Can I get some clarifications from you. What do you mean by TOMCAT_HOME

    >environment
    >> variable. Do you mean setting the path to reflect those files in the

    >Tomcat
    >> directory. If that's the case, which directory would that be? And

    >JAVA_HOME
    >> Environment variable - do you mean to set the classpath to reflect those
    >> of the jar files if I am using JDK1.2
    >>
    >> rgds,
    >> Saiful
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> "Mio Nino Marquez" <someone@myrealbox.com> wrote:
    >> >Saiful,
    >> >
    >> >I'm a newcomer to Java/Servlet/JSP... but I happen to have installed

    >Tomcat
    >> >this morning.. so...
    >> >
    >> >Anyway, what we did was extract Tomcat 3.1 into my hard disk (ie
    >> >d:\jakarta-tomcat)
    >> >Create a new Environment variable named TOMCAT_HOME and set it to where

    >> you
    >> >installed Tomcat
    >> >Make sure that your JAVA_HOME environment variable is also set to where

    >> your
    >> >JDK is.
    >> >
    >> >Finally, go to \jakarta-tomcat\bin and run startup.bat. This will

    >load/start
    >> >Tomcat.
    >> >To try whether all is fine, key in http://localhost:8080 to load Tomcat's
    >> >Servlet/JSP demo page.
    >> >
    >> >Anything else, I suggest you check the documentation. :-)
    >> >
    >> >HTH,
    >> >
    >> >Mio Nino Marquez
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote in message
    >> >news:39e5196b$1@news.devx.com...
    >> >>
    >> >> Hi
    >> >>
    >> >> I still would like to stick to Tomcat. Is it ok that you tell me how

    to
    >> >set
    >> >> up this cat on my NT machine with IIS? Its very difficult but I am

    >willing
    >> >> to learn.
    >> >>
    >> >> rgds,
    >> >> Saiful
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >

    >>

    >
    >



  13. #13
    Jae K. Shim Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    Hi Mikael,

    Can I use Java Web Server with IIS4?
    I tried with trial version. It can't use port 80 unless you shut down IIS4,
    which I don't want....

    Please advise...
    Thank you..

    Jae K. Shim

    "Mikael Petterson" <mikaelpetterson@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>Hi All
    >>
    >>Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web

    server
    >>with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration for
    >>the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    >>for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.
    >>
    >>rgds,
    >>Saiful

    >
    >Hi there,
    >
    >Since your qustion is general I will keep my answer general.
    >If you use the Java WebServer 2.0. A cheap product and runs good. You can
    >run both JSP and servlets. It is
    >important to set the path to the servlet container. The java webserver

    comes
    >with a great GUI.
    >
    >//Mikael
    >
    >PS. If you have any problem with this product let me know.
    >



  14. #14
    cdb Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    "Jae K. Shim" <jshim@bergen.cc.nj.us> wrote:
    >
    >Hi Mikael,
    >
    >Can I use Java Web Server with IIS4?
    >I tried with trial version. It can't use port 80 unless you shut down IIS4,
    >which I don't want....
    >
    >Please advise...
    >Thank you..
    >
    >Jae K. Shim
    >
    >"Mikael Petterson" <mikaelpetterson@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>Hi All
    >>>
    >>>Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web

    >server
    >>>with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration for
    >>>the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    >>>for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.
    >>>
    >>>rgds,
    >>>Saiful

    >>
    >>Hi there,
    >>
    >>Since your qustion is general I will keep my answer general.
    >>If you use the Java WebServer 2.0. A cheap product and runs good. You can
    >>run both JSP and servlets. It is
    >>important to set the path to the servlet container. The java webserver

    >comes
    >>with a great GUI.
    >>
    >>//Mikael
    >>
    >>PS. If you have any problem with this product let me know.
    >>

    >

    You are trying to run two web servers.. both accepting request on port 80
    .. this will not work. If you must run IIS then you need a servlet engine
    to run w/ IIS (tomcat, jrun, unify, etc.)
    You can run Java Webserver on a different port. I think it installs on port
    8080 by default. Access your pages by adding port number to url http://myserver:8080/index.htm


  15. #15
    Ginos Kostas Guest

    Re: Servlet & JSP Configuration for IIS web server NT4.0 OS


    "cdb" <cburke@iss.net> wrote:
    >
    >"Jae K. Shim" <jshim@bergen.cc.nj.us> wrote:
    >>
    >>Hi Mikael,
    >>
    >>Can I use Java Web Server with IIS4?
    >>I tried with trial version. It can't use port 80 unless you shut down IIS4,
    >>which I don't want....
    >>
    >>Please advise...
    >>Thank you..
    >>
    >>Jae K. Shim
    >>


    >>"Mikael Petterson" <mikaelpetterson@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>"Saiful" <md-saifulamri_omar@hp.com> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>Hi All
    >>>>
    >>>>Does anyone knows of the configuration for a Servlet & JSP for IIS Web

    >>server
    >>>>with NT 4.0 OS? Hope that someone can point me out the configuration

    for
    >>>>the IIS web server cause I read somewhere it states that the configuration
    >>>>for a Servlet differs according to the respective servers.
    >>>>
    >>>>rgds,
    >>>>Saiful
    >>>
    >>>Hi there,
    >>>
    >>>Since your qustion is general I will keep my answer general.
    >>>If you use the Java WebServer 2.0. A cheap product and runs good. You

    can
    >>>run both JSP and servlets. It is
    >>>important to set the path to the servlet container. The java webserver

    >>comes
    >>>with a great GUI.
    >>>
    >>>//Mikael
    >>>
    >>>PS. If you have any problem with this product let me know.
    >>>

    >>

    >You are trying to run two web servers.. both accepting request on port 80
    >.. this will not work. If you must run IIS then you need a servlet engine
    >to run w/ IIS (tomcat, jrun, unify, etc.)
    >You can run Java Webserver on a different port. I think it installs on port
    >8080 by default. Access your pages by adding port number to url http://myserver:8080/index.htm
    >


    Actually I aggree with my previous, but ...
    when I looked at :
    http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/jak...iis-howto.html
    I felt better......

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