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Where can I find a host for my JSP site?
Joined: Aug 26, 2004
Aug 27, 2004 13:01:00
I'm brand new to
, but would like to give it a try.
I've been having trouble finding a host for any JSP web page I would create. Can you make an economical suggestion?
Joined: Apr 13, 2004
Aug 27, 2004 13:09:00
For 20$ per month they give you personal
Free but ... deployment is pain in the ... . Struts does not work at all.
Good luck for yourself.
Joined: Aug 02, 2004
Aug 27, 2004 14:15:00
is an option ($8/month) if you're OK with
Whatever you choose, make sure you confirm that they support the version of software (JSP/Servlets) you are using.
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Joined: Aug 31, 2004
Aug 31, 2004 22:42:00
I did it myself. This is what I needed:
1. pc to act as server
2. cable modem connection
3. no-ip software (from no-ip.com
4. register a domain name (go-daddy.com)
5. Apache Tomcat
6. A Linksys router
Have fun researching!
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