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Hi, I'm building my first web site. It will incorporate JSP once the basic site is up and running. The site will be a low traffic site (web presence, not dependence).
*Could anyone recommend a good JSP web hosting company? Comments as to why they are good would certainly be welcomed. Free advice is always nice too.
I've looked at and, as well as a CNET search on "JSP Hosting."
Companies must be in the U.S. for legal reasons, and preference would be given to the Denver, CO area.
-hope this was the right place to post this message.
Hema Menon
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or believe this is free too!)

padmshree Patil
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Hi Hmenon,
I am also having similar kind of problem.
I did registered to site.
But I not able to Run Servlet programs there.
Do u have any idea?
Actually I wanted to deploy my Online Test project(I mentioned many times in this forum).
I will greatly appreciate ur help.
thank you,

[This message has been edited by padmshree Patil (edited February 21, 2001).]
mohan gandhi

Joined: Feb 18, 2001
Posts: 6
when u use packages use the package name everywhere in the web.xml file.I would suggest don't use packages.put the classes under web-inf/classes and in the web.xml file just give the classname.don't create seperate directories.make it simple.
Roseanne Zhang
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Joined: Nov 14, 2000
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We have not encounter any problems when creating subdirectories there at
We used JSP/XML/JDOM/mySQL/JavaMail/JavaBeans so far.
We have not done a pure servlet yet. My advice: read their help.
Take a look here:
Not everything can be seen yet. They are under development.
The SCJD Development Team
[This message has been edited by Roseanne Zhang (edited February 24, 2001).]
Roseanne Zhang
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For you original question:
Here is a quite complete list of JSP/Servlet enabled ISP list by Jason Hunt's site:
Marilyn de Queiroz

Joined: Jul 22, 2000
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JavaRanch is hosted by in Boulder, CO, and obviously supports jsp since almost all the pages outside the Big Moose Saloon are jsp pages.

I see they are on the page Roseanne gave the link for under "Enterprise Java Internet Provider".

[This message has been edited by Marilyn deQueiroz (edited February 24, 2001).]

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Michael Mendelson
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The one I use is called They're based in Seattle and a little more expensive than ejip, but they offer slightly different services, databases, etc.
[This message has been edited by Michael Mendelson (edited February 26, 2001).]
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Thanks Roseanne, Marilyn and Michael! I'll look into EJIP. I've come across Servlets.Net in my online researching. Also, MMA ( and MySerlvetHosting ( Does anyone know anything about these two companies?
Michael, are you happy with Servlets.Net? I've never used JRUN, do you like it, or is their a better alternative?
Thanks again everyone.
I agree. Here's the link:
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