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  1. #1
    Jaesqad Guest

    a question about JRun 3.0 and IIS

    I have a Windows2000 Advance Server with IIS 5.
    And I have install JRun3.0 succesful on it, means I can browse Serverlet and JSP on it.
    But I found that I can's browse all path in the server which before I install JRun.
    I remember that i've set port 8000 as my JRun default port.
    But when i visit http://localhost:80/ , it also response JRun's info.
    How can i bind IIS5 with 80 port?
    so that my server could support JSP and ASP either.

    thanks



  2. #2
    a a Guest

    Re: a question about JRun 3.0 and IIS


    "Jaesqad" <chela@sina.com> wrote:
    >I have a Windows2000 Advance Server with IIS 5.
    >And I have install JRun3.0 succesful on it, means I can browse Serverlet

    and JSP on
    >it.
    >But I found that I can's browse all path in the server which before I install

    JRun.
    >I remember that i've set port 8000 as my JRun default port.
    >But when i visit http://localhost:80/ , it also response JRun's info.
    >How can i bind IIS5 with 80 port?
    >so that my server could support JSP and ASP either.
    >
    >thanks
    >
    >

    i've had better luck with jserve from sun....try it (also, i installed Jrun
    soon after and had many types of difficulties/challenges)

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