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Feasibility to create a commandline browser using servlets

Ramakanta Sahoo
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What is the feasibility if I want to create a commandline which I can access through any webbrowser.
where I can upload the softwares to the host system and execute through my IE or FF. Is it feasible if yes then please suggest how shall I proceed.


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William Brogden
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Are you perhaps talking about "cloud" computing where you can get execution time on a commercial server system very very cheaply?

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud EC2 might be what you are looking for.

Or perhaps Google App Engine

Bill


 
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