There is a servlet available to allow you to access Texis scripts when running under a J2EE server. You can find it in the
directory under your install.
Generally you should install Texis under your front-end web server, however
if you need /texis URLs to be served in your J2EE server you can use this
servlet. The servlet has two modes of operation. One proxys
requests to the Thunderstone server to handle them, and the other executes
texis directly in a CGI environment.
You can unzip the servlet.zip and copy the
texis folder into your
application server. Edit the WEB-INF/web.xml file to configure the
ServletMapping for either Proxy or CGI mode, as well as setting the
parameters. When running on Windows under Tomcat you need the SystemDrive
and SystemRoot environment settings that are included to point at the