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jsp page in my domain

 
khaja mohideen
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hi
i programmed a basic jsp page ( learning... )

and loaded it to my webserver ( one.com ) i have a domain name registered here

but it does not show anything

any suggestions

locallly it works when i run the webserver e.g. tomcat

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kmm
 
Stan Giggs
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Does your Web Host provide JSP Hosting? (Is it JSP capable?)
 
khaja mohideen
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hi
thank you for your reply

yes i thought about it , but was not sure since i am new to j2ee domain

the websites says its php-mysql based

and it does not say anything about jsp ,

i did not know that domains are either php OR jsp based

does that mean , there are also domains which are ONLY asp based ?

regards
 
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Domains are independent of technology. They simply resolve to IP addresses that identify servers. What matters is what's running on those servers.

If a server is not running a servlet container, it cannot support JSP and servlet applications.
 
Nigel Shrin
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one.com don't host jsp/hibernate/mysql - I have called their support today to ask the same question, then found your posting.
I wish to learn JSP, can anyone recommend a hosting company? (I am in the UK)

THANKS
 
Sean Clark
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Hey,

Personally I have used http://www.dailyrazor.com/ for a while now and I have found them to be very helpful when I have had a problem and a fairly reasonable price.

Search through this site though, I remember another topic which had lots of recommendations of places that host JSP.

Sean
 
Sean Clark
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There are more suggestions in the FAQ section.

Sean
 
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