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Hi people.

I have a small project where I have to use tomcat.

This is probably a stupid question for most of you, but honestly I searched and once I didnt found straight answer I'm wonder if you can help in this matter.

I just would like to know if it's possible to develop a .NET webpage (with VS) and use it with Tomcat, with some kind of connector.

I remember some years ago that was possible using a plugin and running Mono Project framework.

If not, the alternative is to use PHP,JSP (...).
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Updated 2-Mar-11 2:42am
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Maxdd 7 2-Mar-11 7:42am    
Unfortunaty I guess that works for Apache, but not for Tomcat (tomcat has different configurations, does not have even the httpd.conf)
Amit Kumar Tiwari 2-Mar-11 7:56am    
For tomcat, Mono framework library needs to be installed. (As found on google)
Maxdd 7 2-Mar-11 7:57am    
Yes that was my conclusion too.

By the way, for integration with VS 2010 do you know if the (paid) mono tools
http://mono-tools.com/
are the only solution?
Maxdd 7 2-Mar-11 8:00am    
I found VSPrj2Make but looks kind of old.
Yes, I know it works if you're running Apache on a Windows box. You have to get the .Net mod (if I remember my Apache lingo correctly). Google has the specifics. I'm not sure about the requirements if you're running a Linux box.
 
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Maxdd 7 2-Mar-11 7:58am    
I mean to run tomcat on Windows (I said that I want to run VS).
#realJSOP 2-Mar-11 8:47am    
Developing on a windows box is a given - RUNNING it on a windows box was not specified at all in your original question.
A google search revealed this:

http://weblogs.asp.net/israelio/archive/2005/09/11/424852.aspx[^]

I remember using the info there to get it working on my server (I have since changed over to IIS7).

Google is your friend.
 
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Maxdd 7 2-Mar-11 9:15am    
Thanks the answer posted by Amit.

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