[mapguide-users] How to use Java (JSP) development with IIS
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Mon Sep 8 10:25:29 EDT 2008
Scott Hameister wrote:
> Just goto control panel where you can remove repair installs...and you can
> modify your install to add Java to your server extensions install...do not
> remove php you'll still need it for admin etc....we use coldfusion on
> Java in windows...it works great and is very fast.
Thanks to all those who replied, and tried to help.
I was asked...
Why we want to use Java: well, our shop has expertise in JSP (and related
Java technologies), so it will be a lot easier to develop in Java than
trying to learn PHP and .Net etc.
Why we want to use IIS: we used to use Apache, but we had good success with
integrating Tomcat with IIS. Besides, that allowed us to run other content
which was IIS friendly (e.g. ASP, etc).
As you can see, we have the expertise in integrating Tomcat with IIS, but
that was with an older version of Tomcat (3.2ish). So we weren't sure if a).
the new version of Tomcat will function with IIS (or if MapGuide absolutely
requires the latest version of Tomcat), and b). if this set up will work for
QUESTION: someone suggested to just do a repair/install on web server
extensions and just install the Java portion. Does that option automatically
configures IIS to work with Tomcat?
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