ServletExec and IIS 7 not passing parameter on Windows 7

Posted on 2010-01-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I'm trying to run SE 6/AS with 64bit Windows 7. I've installed hotfix 156, so the case-sensitivity issue in folder names is fixed, and beans and JDBC all work as they should.
I wrote a "hello world" page, which works fine. However, if I try to pass a parameter in the request, for example http://localhost/hello.jsp?id=123, the page fails. SE log reports
The JSP page does not exist (filename = C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\hello.jsp?id=123)
If I submit a form with a "post" it works. If I change the method to "get", it fails.

How do i get IIS7 or servlet Exec to see the param as is rather than a new page?

Question by:RedChris
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    Assisted Solution

    Are you sure that you enabled IIS to pass requests through to the Sun Java Web server (or possibly Apache -- I'm not sure what ServletExec's configuration uses)?

    The behavior looks as if IIS is not sending the request to the servlet engine, even though you think that hello.jsp is working.

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    Expert Comment

    Excellent -- thanks for posting back.

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