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how can I post my work online?
Joined: Sep 10, 2004
Feb 08, 2005 22:20:00
I am completly newbie to
; and I just managed to run my first helloWorld
Q: say I want to run this online. how do I do that?
(I know how to publish html etc) but do i need to have something that supports servlets?
Thanks for any help
Author and ninkuma
Joined: Jan 10, 2002
Feb 08, 2005 22:54:00
Yes, you need a servlet container.
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Joined: Dec 29, 2004
Feb 08, 2005 23:02:00
Based on the link you posted (and that won't work for anybody else but you) I would guess you have Tomcat installed and running your new HelloWorld servlet. If that is the case take a look at this thread:
Joined: Sep 10, 2004
Feb 09, 2005 07:02:00
yes you are right, I've installed the tomcat and the servlet runs ok on my computer.
thanks for the link, I will explore it.
Joined: Dec 11, 2004
Feb 09, 2005 07:05:00
If you want to publish your work, you'll either need to find a hosting company that supports
or set up a Domain that points to your home/office.
The former will be the easiest.
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Simple Servlet Examples
Joined: Sep 14, 2001
Feb 09, 2005 20:46:00
Maybe you can publish your work on
My Java Server site
Correct me if I am wrong to understand your question
Joined: Jun 26, 2002
Feb 10, 2005 20:58:00
I use kgb internet and have been very happy with their reliability, speed, cost and support. It is something like $8 a month for running servlets.
The application that I run can be found by clicking the live demo link at
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