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Adobe Campaign Installation without External Apps like IIS, Tomcat, Email Server Etc

AEM_Forum
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Hi all, Is it possible to do Adobe Campaign Installation without External Apps like IIS, Tomcat, Email Server Etc? Taking this main approach of installing all these one by one, I am getting into multiple issues and I want to get to Campaign working at the earliest with minimum most installations and time. If I just install AC Server and Client, when I open my AC Client, it is showing "Adobe V6" for connections and it has URL http://localhost:8080. This URL itself is not working because I do not have IIS. Tomcat etc, I believe. On the other hand I have made IIS available by making the checkboxes and URL "http://localhost/" is showing IIS landing page. So, now if I want to create a new Instance, what to do, preferably without IIS and Tomcat? The AC server version I am using is 7.0.8857. Appreciate your support. Thanks, Rama.

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mustafau3722362
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I have a similar question, but I wonder if we can install AC to an IIS server without tomcat.

Here is the compatibility matrix for Adobe:

https://helpx.adobe.com/campaign/kb/compatibility-matrix.html

Here, it explains how to integrate AC to a webserver.

Integration into a Web server

Here it explains installing the server.

Installing the server

I could not find if I need a Tomcat for the installation on IIS

View solution in original post

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mustafau3722362
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Level 3
Level 3

I have a similar question, but I wonder if we can install AC to an IIS server without tomcat.

Here is the compatibility matrix for Adobe:

https://helpx.adobe.com/campaign/kb/compatibility-matrix.html

Here, it explains how to integrate AC to a webserver.

Integration into a Web server

Here it explains installing the server.

Installing the server

I could not find if I need a Tomcat for the installation on IIS

View solution in original post