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Question regarding servlets

2 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-13 03:18:05.0Z
Roopal Tonk Posted on 2000-03-12 23:20:22.0Z
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Subject: Question regarding servlets
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I was always under the impression that Jaguar was never meant to be a web
server. However, if I understand this correctly I need to use Jaguar's Web
Server to call servlets. We currently use IIS as our web server. Is there a
way that Jaguar can hook onto the another web server similar to the way
Dynamo hooks onto web servers?

If there is no plugin then what is the solution? In my case, running Jaguar
as a web server is definitely not an option.

Also, since we would be using a cluster of Jaguar Servers I would like to
use the same cluster to handle my servlet load. I believe Jaguar only load
balances IIOP requests. However, the servlet call would be HTTP. Will the
next release of Jaguar address these issues?


Dean Jones [Team Sybase] Posted on 2000-03-13 03:18:05.0Z
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You can always leverage another Servlet engine and have your servlets call
Jaguar. I have used JRun in the past and just started using it at another
client. It's working really well. We developed a bean in PowerJ to connect
and call Jaguar. We then simply declare the bean at the top of our JSP pages
and make calls to Jaguar. The nice thing about JRun is it runs on many
clients. We are using it on IBM AIX. The bean connects to a Jaguar cluster
running on NT.

HTH
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Roopal Tonk <vrtonk@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> I was always under the impression that Jaguar was never meant to be a web
> server. However, if I understand this correctly I need to use Jaguar's Web
> Server to call servlets. We currently use IIS as our web server. Is there
a
> way that Jaguar can hook onto the another web server similar to the way
> Dynamo hooks onto web servers?
>
> If there is no plugin then what is the solution? In my case, running
Jaguar
> as a web server is definitely not an option.
>
> Also, since we would be using a cluster of Jaguar Servers I would like to
> use the same cluster to handle my servlet load. I believe Jaguar only load
> balances IIOP requests. However, the servlet call would be HTTP. Will the
> next release of Jaguar address these issues?
>
>
>