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  1. #1
    markn Guest

    Re: JSP using IIS?


    Yes, but you still need an app server like Tomcat - www.apache.org. There
    might be configuring info there. This is discussed on the ibm.software newsgroups.

    But if you are going to use Java technology why use IIS? Use Apache(or a
    form of it). If it is out of your hands(management decision) never mind.
    Apache is not perfect but IIS is to Viruses as Modular Homes are to Tornados.

    Mark

    "Firdaus Sentosa" <dasensa@softhome.net> wrote:
    >Hi,
    >Can I use IIS as a web server for JSP/Servlet?
    >If it can, how to configure the IIS?
    >I'll very appreciate your answer and thank you.
    >
    >



  2. #2
    Firdaus Sentosa Guest

    JSP using IIS?

    Hi,
    Can I use IIS as a web server for JSP/Servlet?
    If it can, how to configure the IIS?
    I'll very appreciate your answer and thank you.



  3. #3
    Firdaus Sentosa Guest

    Re: JSP using IIS?

    I asked the question because I have IIS installed on my server.
    I wonder there will be conflict if IIS and JavaWebServer
    (or iPlanet) run on same computer.
    Anyway, thank you for your answer and your direction.


    "markn" <mnuttall@nospam.com> wrote in message
    news:3ba87e63$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Yes, but you still need an app server like Tomcat - www.apache.org. There
    > might be configuring info there. This is discussed on the ibm.software

    newsgroups.
    >
    > But if you are going to use Java technology why use IIS? Use Apache(or a
    > form of it). If it is out of your hands(management decision) never mind.
    > Apache is not perfect but IIS is to Viruses as Modular Homes are to

    Tornados.
    >
    > Mark
    >
    > "Firdaus Sentosa" <dasensa@softhome.net> wrote:
    > >Hi,
    > >Can I use IIS as a web server for JSP/Servlet?
    > >If it can, how to configure the IIS?
    > >I'll very appreciate your answer and thank you.
    > >
    > >

    >




  4. #4
    Ruchi Dhar Guest

    Re: JSP using IIS?


    There are couple of servlet engines out there which has plugins to IIS.

    Resin(www.caucho.com) is very good servlet engine you can use it directly
    if you want or run along with IIS.

    JRUN also does the same.
    ServletExec


    "Firdaus Sentosa" <dasensa@softhome.net> wrote:
    >I asked the question because I have IIS installed on my server.
    >I wonder there will be conflict if IIS and JavaWebServer
    >(or iPlanet) run on same computer.
    >Anyway, thank you for your answer and your direction.
    >
    >
    >"markn" <mnuttall@nospam.com> wrote in message
    >news:3ba87e63$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> Yes, but you still need an app server like Tomcat - www.apache.org. There
    >> might be configuring info there. This is discussed on the ibm.software

    >newsgroups.
    >>
    >> But if you are going to use Java technology why use IIS? Use Apache(or

    a
    >> form of it). If it is out of your hands(management decision) never mind.
    >> Apache is not perfect but IIS is to Viruses as Modular Homes are to

    >Tornados.
    >>
    >> Mark
    >>
    >> "Firdaus Sentosa" <dasensa@softhome.net> wrote:
    >> >Hi,
    >> >Can I use IIS as a web server for JSP/Servlet?
    >> >If it can, how to configure the IIS?
    >> >I'll very appreciate your answer and thank you.
    >> >
    >> >

    >>

    >
    >



  5. #5
    Bob Lee Guest

    Re: JSP using IIS?


    I am running TomCat on IIS 5.0 without a problem. You can run .JSP, .ASP
    and straight HTML on the same server. Also works with Velocity / Turbine.

    It is easy to set up. Use TomCat 3.2 not 4.x
    There is currently no redirector for 4.x
    You will have to install an ISAPI DLL that simply filters pages and routes
    the .JSP or virtual directories to Tomcat.
    Tomcat does not need any special configuration unless you are changing from
    the Webapps directory.
    There is good documentation on setting them both up. Search for "TOMCAT
    IIS" for example.

    "Firdaus Sentosa" <dasensa@softhome.net> wrote:
    >I asked the question because I have IIS installed on my server.
    >I wonder there will be conflict if IIS and JavaWebServer
    >(or iPlanet) run on same computer.
    >Anyway, thank you for your answer and your direction.
    >
    >
    >"markn" <mnuttall@nospam.com> wrote in message
    >news:3ba87e63$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> Yes, but you still need an app server like Tomcat - www.apache.org. There
    >> might be configuring info there. This is discussed on the ibm.software

    >newsgroups.
    >>
    >> But if you are going to use Java technology why use IIS? Use Apache(or

    a
    >> form of it). If it is out of your hands(management decision) never mind.
    >> Apache is not perfect but IIS is to Viruses as Modular Homes are to

    >Tornados.
    >>
    >> Mark
    >>
    >> "Firdaus Sentosa" <dasensa@softhome.net> wrote:
    >> >Hi,
    >> >Can I use IIS as a web server for JSP/Servlet?
    >> >If it can, how to configure the IIS?
    >> >I'll very appreciate your answer and thank you.
    >> >
    >> >

    >>

    >
    >



  6. #6
    Firdaus Sentosa Guest

    Re: JSP using IIS?

    Hi Bob, thanks a lot for your information.
    That's very useful.
    I've downloaded Tomcat 4.0 (Hi Markn, thanks for your direction)
    and installed on my server which running IIS 4.0.
    How do you know there is no redirector for Tomcat 4.0?
    Where did you find the information?



    "Bob Lee" <Robert_Lee@attglobal.net> wrote in message
    news:3bb136f9$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I am running TomCat on IIS 5.0 without a problem. You can run .JSP, .ASP
    > and straight HTML on the same server. Also works with Velocity / Turbine.
    >
    > It is easy to set up. Use TomCat 3.2 not 4.x
    > There is currently no redirector for 4.x
    > You will have to install an ISAPI DLL that simply filters pages and routes
    > the .JSP or virtual directories to Tomcat.
    > Tomcat does not need any special configuration unless you are changing

    from
    > the Webapps directory.
    > There is good documentation on setting them both up. Search for "TOMCAT
    > IIS" for example.
    >
    > "Firdaus Sentosa" <dasensa@softhome.net> wrote:
    > >I asked the question because I have IIS installed on my server.
    > >I wonder there will be conflict if IIS and JavaWebServer
    > >(or iPlanet) run on same computer.
    > >Anyway, thank you for your answer and your direction.
    > >
    > >
    > >"markn" <mnuttall@nospam.com> wrote in message
    > >news:3ba87e63$1@news.devx.com...
    > >>
    > >> Yes, but you still need an app server like Tomcat - www.apache.org.

    There
    > >> might be configuring info there. This is discussed on the ibm.software

    > >newsgroups.
    > >>
    > >> But if you are going to use Java technology why use IIS? Use Apache(or

    > a
    > >> form of it). If it is out of your hands(management decision) never

    mind.
    > >> Apache is not perfect but IIS is to Viruses as Modular Homes are to

    > >Tornados.
    > >>
    > >> Mark
    > >>
    > >> "Firdaus Sentosa" <dasensa@softhome.net> wrote:
    > >> >Hi,
    > >> >Can I use IIS as a web server for JSP/Servlet?
    > >> >If it can, how to configure the IIS?
    > >> >I'll very appreciate your answer and thank you.
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >>

    > >
    > >

    >




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