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Hi guys,,, I am into something strange and I haven't any idea about how to implement this ###### (PHP Java Bridge). I make some research and then go back here to ask some question if you can help guys! What I would like to know the following: 1. What is the System requirement for that? (Windows and Linux). and small examples test on windows and Linux FinallyThanks in advance for any help Best wishes

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justsomeguy, thank you for reply.I make some research about this, and I see this pages, but to be honest I can't get it, these page doesn't make a sense for me I think after googling it, there are 3 ways to do this:1. the link you push.2. IBM webSphere3. Zend framework in fact I like the first method, but as I said I can't get it. I think this task for Xperts developer, I haven't the enough Xperince to implement such tasks.anyway, could you help me about this. thank you again

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Help you with what? I can't do it for you, and I can't make you an expert. Only you can make you an expert. Start going through the tutorials and guides you find through Google and post questions if you have them.

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Actually, there's nothing in Zend Framework that can help you with establishing a JAVA bridge... maybe you're thinking of Zend Server? Anyway, setting up the JAVA bridge... it's not exactly trivial, but it's documented in a relatively straightforward fashion atthe project's installation instructions page. I once installed it before these instructions were there, and I remember having numerous "WTF" moments and giving up twice until I eventually got it working with instructions I would summarize in a way similar to what they did.

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Ok guys thank you for reply, Now: I set up a tomcat server and deploy the javabridge.war within it, and I run it successfully. My question:should I install 2 web server on my server one for PHP and one for Java, or Installing tomcat server to handle php and java??is this possible? justsomeguy: my request was not clear enough, I just want a help with Installation. boen_robot: yes I mean Zend Server! thank you guys again

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You need to have at least Tomcat, since that's the place where the JAVA code would run. You could definitely have a separate web server on which PHP will run. This page in Tomcat's wiki suggests a way to compile PHP in a way which would enable it to run on Tomcat... on in other words, a whole new adventure. Are you up for it? I'm not...

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