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Tomcat and IIS on WinNT ?

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I have installed Tomcat on my PC. When I want to execute
jsp, I have to type http://127.0.0.1:8080/examples/t.jsp

My question is how to make Tomcat work with IIS ?

So, I can type http://127.0.0.1/t.jsp
Plus, I still can access the asp pages.
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kotan,

I have read the link you provided. But I have WinNT
Workstation, so I can only installed PWS. My question is
how do I use PWS to setup ISAPI filter ?
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Win NT comes with IIS not PWS (PWS is for Win9x only)

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But when I go to start->Windows NT 4.0 Option Pack. I only
have Microsoft Personal WebS erver
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And you are using Win NT??

With NT you should be able to install full blown IIS.

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I am very sure you can install IIS on NT..

You can download it from here:
http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/nts/downloads/recommended/NT4OptPk/default.asp
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Moondancer: This question is still active and only 5 days old.. I think you need that vacation :-)

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Thanks, CJ.  This is a very labor-intensive process, and I intended to modify this script to alert tcy08 that this question is current, but others in the list are not.  The goal is to bring all open items to Asker's attention to try and circumvent additional follow-ups needed later where closing trends are not shown as favorable.

Your input is appreciated and YES, a vacation would be nice.

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The Windows NT Workstation came with PWS. But you can use any ISAPI filter with it - "ISAPI filters" tab in the MMC settings.

PS. Now I'm use Resin (www.caucho.com) under Win NT 4.0 WS with PWS 4.0 (port 80) and Apache 1.3.20 (port 81).
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I will use my other pc(win 2000) to install jakarta tomcat
and IIS.

Will update you later.
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ok, keep us updated.
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NONE of the open questions have been finalized by tcy08, and I've had to close many of them.

Expert input please, since it appears this will be the case here as well.

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IMHO, a split btw kotan and me.

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Thanks, points split.

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