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From "Januski, Ken" <>
Subject RE: Integrating Tomcat and IIS
Date Wed, 07 Jul 2004 17:38:26 GMT
Many, many people have had problems with this and a search of the archives
may help. I do know that I read your lengthy message but didn't really see
anything that was helpful in terms of pointing out the error. Having gone
through this a number of times myself I also understand your frustration.
But at the end I didn't learn any particular clues that would be useful to
others. I do believe though that you didn't mention whether you had the
green arrow in the isapi filter on IIS. If so that tells us something. The
one thing that has bitten me many times is setting the isapi filter in more
than one place, e.g. the default web app AND under Master Server Properties.
I've read people suggest both on this list. For me I know that the default
web app has worked but that if I had both it failed. Other than that I'd
suggest that you let us know whether or not you get the green arrow, and if
so then what errors you're seeing after that.

Good luck.


-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Burke []
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2004 9:42 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Integrating Tomcat and IIS

I sent a long email to the list on Tuesday asking for help with problems
I'm having intergating Tomcat with IIS. Sadly, there were no replies. My
email was rather long - lots of examples, config file extracts, etc - so
maybe recipients found it hard to digest.

So I'll recast it as a shorter request: is there anyone on the list who
has succeeded in integrating Tomcat (4 or 5) with IIS (5 or 6)? If so,
are there any tips you can pass on? Any problems you experienced and
overcame? And if anyone else has had problems and *not* been able to
overcome them, what were they?

Incidentally, I was following this set of instructions:

Tom Burke

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