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steps for convert a j2ee project on eclipse to have a real site

sina poores
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Joined: Jul 07, 2011
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I Write a small `servlet` and jsp project on eclipse and `tomcat 5.5`.but idont know with works i do for make that a real site on a real host.should i war them or i should upload project on host?my host should have wich propretises?i realy don't now how to start?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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A war is the traditional way to upload. Does your host provide any documentation?


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