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asp.net ja j2ee on a same server

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Hi. I would like to know about problems running asp.net ja j2ee solutions on a same server
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Well a quick answer
for J2EE what you need is an application server like Bea WebLogic, IBM Webspeher, JBoss etc .
For ASP.NET what you need is Microsoft IIS server with .Net Framework
So you need two different servers in order to run both J2ee and asp.net.
I dont think you can have asp.net and J2EE on the same server
Ronan
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by:huolto
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So, it might be possible to get them both up and running on same machine but not necessarily very wise?
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Yes its possible to get J2EE and ASP.Net up and running on the same machine but on different servers . Yes its not the good idea  as for such heavy applications the hardware requirements will be high ( the RAM , the CPU Speed ) etc

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