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I would be grateful if anyone can advise on how to use JSP on MS IIS. Perhaps you could direct me to a book or a link on the web.
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To run JSP on IIS or for that matter any web server you need a JSP/Servlet engine. So to run JSP on IIS u need a JSP engine and u can go for Tomcat or JRun or Jboos may of them availabel but i suggest u go for Tomcat (http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat)you have to configure it to run on IIS The link below will help u configure Tomcat for IIS
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tom...iis-howto.html

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