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    Question Iis -> Asp & Jsp


    Hi all,

    I am a beginner to all these technology.

    I've been using IIS, and recently created a basic ASP site. Now, I have installed and configured apache and tomcat and its connector to access at port 80 its configured to work with IIS. I followed step-by-step instructions.... and it worked in first attempt... hehehehe....

    The problem I have is ASP site which does not load at all... i receive HTTP 404 error page.... however, if i stop running apache and tomcat server, the ASP site workes fine.....

    so does anyone have any clue how can i make both technology work at same time.....


    HELP....
    THANKS
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    You probably need to put IIS on a different port if Apache is gobbling up port 80.
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    Thanks for your response.


    Yes, it would work on different port.

    however, i want that to be able to access from web, as it is published as web site under my ip address.

    for example my ASP site is in "baz" virtual directory so it is accessed as:

    http://[ip address]/baz

    and my JSP site will be in web-inf... of, lets say "baz_1" directory
    so it is accessed as:

    http://[ip address]/baz_1

    by the way my spec is:

    Win xp pro
    IIS 5.1
    Apache 1.3
    tomcat 4.1
    (if that helps)

    I dont want to make my adress with additional numbers as it has already enough numbers from ip address....

    thnx
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    Well, only one web server will be able to use port 80 afaik. Pick one, either IIS or Apache.

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