Miner, James | 10 Dec 20:32 2010

Jakarta/IIS Integration

I have been working on this issue for a few days now. Last week, my client needed to refresh their development
server and one of the web services applications that they were running did not come over in working order.
To reinstall I needed to remove the Tomcat instance, and any references in the registries, uninstall
everything and then reinstall.
This has caused a few new problems, mainly that, because the application is configured to use IIS as its web
server and Tomcat as its Java server, it needs a Jakarta instance to facilitate the Java handling back and
forth. I've looked into this solution and cannot seem to find Jakarta (at least not a current version) on
the Apache site. I did, however, find that Tomcat Connectors may have the functionality that I am looking
for but, when I looked at the configuration guide included with the binary distribution it seemed to be a
process more complicated than I, a business process analyst/Remedy developer, am comfortable
performing on a client's box.
As I said, this is a bit out of my area of expertise and I am looking for suggestions of any nature here. If there
is a product that I missed, a step-by-step guide somewhere out there or anything that you believe would be
helpful to me at this point, I will be more than happy to hear about it. As it is, I am at a stand-still with my
actual work until I can get this issue resolved, so any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

James Miner
Consultant/Service Support-Column Technologies
130 William Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10038
P: (917) 969-8331
E: jminer <at> columnit.com

David Fisher | 10 Dec 20:38 2010

Re: Jakarta/IIS Integration

Hi James,

Apache Tomcat has been an Apache top level project for years. It is no longer part of Apache Jakarta.

http://tomcat.apache.org/

http://tomcat.apache.org/lists.html#tomcat-users

The Tomcat user list is very active with many people who will help you answer this question. Let them know
which version of Tomcat, Java, OS, etc.

Regards,
Dave

On Dec 10, 2010, at 11:32 AM, Miner, James wrote:

> I have been working on this issue for a few days now. Last week, my client needed to refresh their
development server and one of the web services applications that they were running did not come over in
working order. To reinstall I needed to remove the Tomcat instance, and any references in the registries,
uninstall everything and then reinstall.
> This has caused a few new problems, mainly that, because the application is configured to use IIS as its web
server and Tomcat as its Java server, it needs a Jakarta instance to facilitate the Java handling back and
forth. I've looked into this solution and cannot seem to find Jakarta (at least not a current version) on
the Apache site. I did, however, find that Tomcat Connectors may have the functionality that I am looking
for but, when I looked at the configuration guide included with the binary distribution it seemed to be a
process more complicated than I, a business process analyst/Remedy developer, am comfortable
performing on a client's box.
> As I said, this is a bit out of my area of expertise and I am looking for suggestions of any nature here. If
there is a product that I missed, a step-by-step guide somewhere out there or anything that you believe
would be helpful to me at this point, I will be more than happy to hear about it. As it is, I am at a stand-still
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