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Re: Whole process to set up Jigsaw, servlets! Corrected Version!

From: Rama Rao <ramarao@tataelxsi.co.in>
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 15:25:25 +0530
Message-ID: <3B77A40D.E8747E54@tataelxsi.co.in>
To: xingli@iit.edu
CC: www-jigsaw@w3.org
we are trying to use a CGI program which in turn uses sockets to talk to a windows nt service.  But its
not working.
error logs of our CGI program show socket errors.  this does not happen on Apache server.  what could be
the problem?
please advise.
BEst Regards
ramarao a.v.

xingli@iit.edu wrote:

> For those who have problem to set up web server, servlet, please take a
> look at my solution after five-hour-wondering-work:
> Procedure to set up web server, servlet:
> 1. set up jigsaw:
>   just follow the Readme.txt.
> 2. set up servlet:
>   a. goto http://java.sun.com/products/servlet/archive.html to download
> java servlet development kit(like: jsdk2_1-win.zip).
>   b. install it. update computer CLASSPATH to use jsdk's server.jar, servlet.jar
> (like: c:\jsdk2.1\server.jar;c:\jsdk2.1\servlet.jar)
>   c. put your compiled servlet class file( say it is: HelloWorldServlet.class)
> into c:\Jigsaw\Jigsaw\Www\servlet\ directory, if you dont find \servlet
> directory, create it.
>   d. type sth like: http://sb112xh8:8001/servlet/HelloWorldServlet
> into your browser. (Yours could like: http://your_computer_name:portnumber/servlet/HelloWorldServlet).
> 3. done. ;)
> Something need to pay attention though:
> Jigsaw and JigAdmin use seperate Threads, in my case, Jigsaw uses 8001 port,
> JigAdmin uses 8009 port, so I can only use 8001 port to access my servlets.
> If you have any comments, please let me know, you
> could also check http://sb112xh8:8001/servlet/ to see my
> improvement in servlet issue.
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> Li Xing
> M.S in Computer Science
> Illinois Institute Of Technology
> Chicago, IL 60616
> www.iit.edu/~xingli
> -------------------------------------------------------:)---

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