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Rama Krishna Gaddipati

Joined: Jun 07, 2006
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Hi All,

I need a free Hibernate and struts hosting website to hosy my aplications on web.

So plaese kindly suggest some free hosting websites that supports hibernate and struts.

Thanks in advance.

jay vas
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Hibernate and Struts are both written in Java - so any servlet based host will work out for you.
Paul Sturrock

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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Is there even a hosting site out there that allows you to deploy Struts applications?

I have a number of websites, and I'd love to code them in Java, but the only way I know of to deliver dynamic websites, when you don't own the server, is by using PHP, or maybe front page extensions.

I'd love to know of a site that allows me to deploy a war.

-Cameron McKenzie
Lewin Chan
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It isn't free, but you could try lunarpages who have JSP hosting via resin.

From what I've heard about it though, some people don't get very good uptime from it.

I have no java certifications. This makes me a bad programmer. Ignore my post.
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Bear Bibeault
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Originally posted by Kameron McKenzie:
Is there even a hosting site out there that allows you to deploy Struts applications?

You living under a rock? There are dozens, if not hundreds or more, hosting sites supporting JSP and Servlets. The entries in the Servlets FAQ that Gregg posted is just the tip of the iceberg.

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