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HI

Can someone please send me a link to some FREE or cheep software to allow me to run JAVA on an NT server running iis 5 ????

Thanks

IT
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by:CEHJ
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Can we ask why you want to do this?
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CEHJ

We have an NT server with our current system and have a new developer who knows JAVA !!
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by:objects
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woops, too many beers :-)
http://java.sun.com
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by:mrowka
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the java runtime environment and the software
development kit are free and run nicely on NT
have a look at

http://java.sun.com/j2se/

a free java IDE can be found here

http://www.netbeans.org
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by:itimes
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I have looked at SUN - erm are there any alternatives - ie FREE or low priced ????
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OK. I assume then you want to run JSPs and that sort of thing. If so, install Tomcat on IIS. Here's information on it http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.0-doc/index.html
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mrowka - erm i will need to be able to run Servlets or JSP pages is this possible ????
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mrowka - erm i will need to be able to run Servlets or JSP pages is this possible ????
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>>i will need to be able to run Servlets or JSP pages is this possible ????

Not by just installing a JDK it won't. You'll have to install a JSP/Servlet container, such as .... Tomcat! :-)
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You may find it easier to install Tomcat as an NT service http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-3.3-doc/NT-Service-howto.html
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CEHJ - this seems great i am looking at the site now - any more comments would be helpful !!!!!
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You'll need a JDK *as well* of course, if your Java man is going to do any development on site.
As far as Tomcat is concerned, you may well find that versions earlier than the current one have better configuration information, especially in connection with Win + IIS. You should get the latest version of the JDK (1.4.0) however.
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ok, there are all sorts of free implementations available
for enterprise java:

JSP,servlets: as cehj said tomcat
EJBs: JBoss, HP app server
HTML: Apache
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On second thoughts, I think it would be better to start and stop Tomcat from the command line for two reasons:
1. Your going to get better diagnostics and control
2. It's always better to use a piece of software in its generic way. The experience gained can then be transferred to other OSs
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Must have over looked this one ... Sorry !!!

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IT !
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