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how to make a jsp page available on my website

deepak borole
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Joined: Nov 13, 2005
Posts: 25
i have a website of my own on aome remote server i.e. a machine. now i want to add a jsp page to that wesite so that people can access to that page from anywhere. how do i do tat. i tried normal uploading but that doesnt work. so what is the wat by which this can be done.


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Frank Ertl
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Joined: Apr 25, 2005
Posts: 59
Are you sure your provider supports JSP? If he does, try to figure out how to deploy the JSP in his special environment.
jiju ka
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Joined: Oct 12, 2004
Posts: 306
To have JSP page available you need to have jvm, servlet container and JSP engine. A J2EE compliant application server will provide all these.

If only a web server is provided you can't do this?

I am not sure whether any webserver available in market is compliant with j2ee. The IIS web server can be used with ASP.

In addition to the J2EE compliance you may need database access, access to shared libraries, public and private security etc.

There are some linux/ unix shops which provide you such memberships on an yearly/monthly basis.
 
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