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From "Aris Javier" <>
Subject RE: Attn developers of Tomcat and JK
Date Wed, 09 Feb 2005 05:35:28 GMT
If you want to integrate Tomcat and IIS with enough technical support,
go to a commercial site like There you
find jspisapi redirector worth $50 I think...


-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Lin [] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 7:37 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Attn developers of Tomcat and JK

If you want immediately support Covalent offers it. I don't work for
covalent, but they are reliable.

the tone of your post is very rude and frankly completely inappropriate.
I've come across bugs in every webserver I've used.
Here is a short list, IIS, weblogic, websphere, resin, netscape and

of all the servers I've used over the last 6 years, tomcat is the most
responsive in terms of fixing bugs and useful responses. Now that
doesn't mean it's perfect or any where near perfect. Obviously you're
using IIS, so why not just use .NET, C# and ADO.

if you haven't got the experience or skill to use tomcat, than you're
wasting everyone's time. Including your own valuable time. Quite
honestly, for commercial products, you're looking at 8-12 months turn
around time for a patch. Even then, it probably won't fix the problem.
There are plenty of qualified and experienced developers who know tomcat
insdie and out. I would advise hiring some one because it's near
impossible to diagnose your problem without being at the system.

peter lin

On Tue, 08 Feb 2005 10:11:03 -0600, Eric Sandusky
<> wrote:
> To the developers of Tomcat and JK:
> > If Tomcat + JK cannot process every request/response on a Windows 
> > server
> that is dual-xeon 3.0 Ghz processors with 4 GB of memory, then what 
> machine would?
> And doesn't it seem strange how the JK2 project has been mysteriously 
> abandoned?  Thanks for going off in a seemingly better direction only 
> to jump ship and leave everyone SOL.  It makes me think that this 
> whole Tomcat development effort is more of just a hobby and not 
> something to be taken seriously.
> If anyone is willing to contact me on this issue, I would be more than

> happy to talk one-on-one.  If you want to tell me that this is not the

> forum for ranting about Tomcat or JK, it should be.  If you want to 
> blackball me from this community, go ahead, I'm not getting any help 
> from it as it is.  I can only hope that this message reaches the 
> people who supposedly support this software and lights a fire 
> underneath them to improve it or tell us that it just doesn't work.
> Eric

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