Is there a way to run Tomcat under JView (Microsoft's Java VM)?

Nicola Ken Barozzi

I found this answer at the Tomcat FAQ.

Can Jakarta use Microsoft's JVM?
ealtman Last Mod: 2000-03-27 01:55:47.0

Out of the box -- probably not unless MS started shipping the RMI classes. There's a little bit of RMI used in the admin of Tomcat. Other than that, it should run just fine.
IBM has apparently packaged up the RMI classes missing from the Microsoft JVM and is distributing them at http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/formula/RMI. Other options would be to get the RMI classes from Microsoft (although it is not clear they can be redistributed), or to download the JDK from Sun and manually grab just the RMI class, or just don't use the online administration tools that require RMI.

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