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By nagarajm17 ·
I have designed a Information Website and want to host the same in
>IIS 4.0. Before hosting the site, we wanted to host locally, then i found that Java servlets will not run on IIS 4.0.
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Using MS-Access as backend database, and all coding in JAVA. To
>run Java Servlets in IIS 4.0 :
>
>1. The class files of servlets are not working with IIS.
>2. I want to know is there is any way by which we can make the servlets run on IIS.
>3. Please specify any plugins available.
>4. Any third party components available.
>5. And the procedure to configure that JVM in the IIS server.
>
>Please guide me how to solve this problem.
>
>Nagaraj.M

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by manish_mohnot In reply to Connectivity Problem

Nagraj,
You need a JVM Engine like Jrun or Jserve or some of the webservers act as JVM engine too. IIS is not a JVM engine and hence servlet/JSP/APPLET will not work.

Jserve is freeware tool, while Jrun costs around 5K$/CPU.

Regards,
Manish

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by Terziev In reply to Connectivity Problem

Dear Nagraj

First, you need a servlet engine that works with IIS

I suggest that you go to http://www.servlets.com/resources/urls/engines.html to check for information about the different servlet engines.

My recommendation to you is to use the Resin Server by Caucho (www.caucho.com). It is freeware, it works with IIS and according to the benchmarks posted on the Caucho site it is a killer.

Hope this info helps.

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by jrhemann In reply to Connectivity Problem

Just to think outside the box, if you can split the JAVA sections out of your web model and host them on a JAVA Servlet capable platform, that would be a potential workaround. Also, just in case, Macromedia has their own itteration of the JRUN server called Generator v 2.0. They recently acquired Allaire, and my guess is that they will publish a new Cold Fusion/Generator/JRUN server suite that can work with Apache and IIS based servers. We currently run Generator 2 on Windows 2000 and have experience no difficulties. I believe that the cost of a developers license is around $700-800 for the Flash/Generator bundle.

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by estebandelatorre In reply to Connectivity Problem

YOU WILL NEED TO RUN A JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE .
IIS 4.0 IS NOT A JVM, SO YOU MUST GET JVM, INSTALL IT AND RUN IN . MOST JVM PROGRAMS RUNS IN DOS BOX. THAT'S ALL, IT'S SIMPLE.

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