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Configuring JRun to communicate with your Web server

After the JRun installation is complete, you must configure JRun so that your Web server and JRun can communicate. This channel of communication is established with a connector. The JRun Management Console (JMC) comes with a Connector Wizard to help you create and install the connector.

This section assumes that at the end of the JRun installation, you selected the first option, "Configure JRun to connect to my external web server now," then clicked Finish. After a pause, the JMC should have appeared and prompted you to enter a username and password.

If you did not select this option at the end of the installation, start the JMC by choosing Start > Programs > JRun 3.0 > JRun Management Console. After a pause, the JMC appears and prompts you to enter a username and password.

To configure JRun to communicate with your Web server:

1 On the JMC login page, enter the username and password.
The default username is admin, and the password is the one you specified during the installation. After clicking Login, the Connector Wizard page appears.
Note: If you did not open the JMC from the installer, click the Connector Wizard link on the JMC toolbar after logging on.
2 Before proceeding any further, stop your Web server.
If you're using PWS, you can stop the server by right-clicking its icon in your system tray (the row of small icons at bottom right of the Windows desktop) and choosing Stop Service from the pop-up menu.
If you're using IIS, open the Internet Services Manager (Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Internet Services Manager), select your Web site (usually called Default Web Site), and stop it by choosing Action > Stop from the menu.
3 In step 1 of the Connector Wizard, choose JRun Default Server as the server you want to connect to your Web server, then specify your Web server.
The JRun Default Server is the application server that will run your JSPs, servlets, and Web applications. Because the JRun Admin Server has its own Web server, it does not require the services of your Web server.
In the Web Server Type pop-up menu, choose Personal Web Server or Internet Information Server, then provide the following details:
In the Web Server Version pop-up menu, choose your Web server's version number. For PWS, you can get the version number by double-clicking the PWS icon in the system tray to start Personal Web Manager and choosing Help > About Personal Web Server.
In the Web Server Platform pop-up menu, choose intel-win.
Here's what the first step of the Wizard should look like for a PWS user:
4 In step 2 of the Connector Wizard, enter the following values:
In the JRun Server IP Address box, enter the default value
If your Web site has a static IP address, enter that address instead.
In the JRun Server Connector Port box, enter the default value 51000. JRun will use this port to communicate with PWS or IIS.
5 In step 3 of the Connector Wizard, enter the path where the JRun Connector Module will be installed.
With PWS or IIS, the path is c:\Inetpub\scripts\.
After clicking Next, step 4 of the Connector Wizard appears informing you whether or not the connector was successfully installed.
If the connector was successfully installed, click Done, then restart PWS or IIS. If you created a connector for PWS, you must also restart Windows.

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