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From Reynir Hübner <>
Subject RE: Tomcat & IIS - success
Date Fri, 28 Jun 2002 18:29:05 GMT
Hello David, 

I am sorry I cannot let this go by with out comment. 

4 DAYS!!! HELLO ??? it should not take you longer than 30 minutes if you went by the book.
even so 2-4 hours is max for a newbie. for someone that has done this before, it should take
around 10-15 minutes. 

I know you got alot of responses from the mailinglist, on the subject, I know there are alot
of websites that take on this matter, many people tried to help you, and I guess you did either
not understand or read the emails and websites on the subject, because if you did, you would
have finished it yesterday (at least if you read & understood, and went by the instructions
in the emails I wrote).

I think your 4 days spent on making Tomcat run with IIS is a world record, so comparing that
with buying and installing JRUN, well are you sure you would not have any problems installing
JRUN or even Jrun / IIS combination ? 


> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Thielen []
> Sent: 28. júní 2002 17:49
> To: 'Tomcat Users List'
> Subject: Tomcat & IIS - success
> Hi;
> Well if I had it to do over again I would have bought JRun - 
> $895.00 but 2 hours instead of 4 days effort.
> For those still fighting getting Tomcat to run with IIS I 
> suggest the following:
> 1) Reboot after any change of any kind in the configuration 
> of Tomcat stop/starting IIS is not enough for most things.
> 2) Put all your jsp related pages under Tomcat. Don't try to 
> put then in Inetpub/wwwroot (still can't figure that one out).
> 3) If you need jsp through a virtual web site, add the 
> jakarta virtual directory but do NOT add as a filter for that site.
> Thank you to all who helped me get this working.
> - dave

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