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Sharon whipple
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Hi ranchers
Where can I host small Java jsp server application?
Can godaddy handle jsp/servlets?
Thank you!
Ulf Dittmer
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Mike Heffelfinger
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Google App Engine is pretty good and it's free unless your app is huge.
Sharon whipple
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Mike Heffelfinger wrote:Google App Engine is pretty good and it's free unless your app is huge.

My app is very small (Just 6 jsp's) the app uses Hibernate & MySql (jdbc)
Google App won't support neither.

Thank you
Devaka Cooray
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Sharon whipple wrote:the app uses Hibernate & MySql (jdbc)
Google App won't support neither.

App Engine has it's own persistence provider for which you can use JPA to persist data to the App Engine's data store.
If you used the EntityManager library with Hibernate, you can easily integrate that with JPA.


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