Can anybody help me with few Queries.
1.What is this "smtp.jcom.net" in above tutorial.
Whether <smtp.jcom.net> will be provided by the website hosting service.
2.Is this straight forward like i will call this method by place a jars in classpath and it will work or there is need to
do some configuration setting
3.I need to deploy my application on Tomcat server.Could you please provide me some good webhosting agencies for that
and if their is some webhosting agency where Java application can be deployed easily then it will be higly appreciated.
#1: That's the mail server address. Your hosting company possibly provides one, check the details of your hosting plan.
#2: It could be as simple as that. Note that the code you linked do does not perform authentication, which most mail servers require these days. The JavaEnterpriseEditionFaq points to an extensive JavaMail tutorial that shows how to do that.
#3: The ServletsFaq has a list of Java hosting companies. Make sure to check the features of whichever plan you intend to sign up for to make sure it has all the features you need.
There are so many web hosting servicies are there.
Could you please suggest me some.I dont want to repent later on,and less interested to change my Hosting agency later.
And some more Queries Please
1.Whether i have to place the complete jar files on the server or server will have them.
2.Whether tomcat server need to be bundled with my jar files.
I am ready to spent max of 2000/-per month.Is it possible to have good hosting for me in this price..
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
There are so many web hosting servicies are there. Could you please suggest me some.
It would be inappropriate to recommend one, since we don't know your requirements. But you can easily compare them yourself, since all have detailed descriptions of features and plans on their web sites. Decent hosting starts at about 15 USD per month.
Whether i have to place the complete jar files on the server or server will have them.
That is trivial to find out once you have signed up for one, and makes no real difference one way or the other to begin with, so it's not worth wondering about now.
Whether tomcat server need to be bundled with my jar files.
I'm not sure how you propose to "bundle" Tomcat with your jar files, but in the price range you have in mind most hosting companies will not let you install servers anyway; so it'll be preinstalled.