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First i would like to say that this is a great site and i have learned alot just browsing around!
I have two questions that i need help with:
I have made a simple get and post servlet which i have tested with tomcat to make sure it works and now i want to post on the web. the three files i need to post are the .java,.class,.html files correct? and how do i post them on the server?
my second question is if i could post these files any server, or does it have to be a specific one? and if so any recomendations?
i will apreciate any and all help and responses!
Amit
 
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you'll have to find a web hosting company that supports JSPs/Servlets.
Check out MyCgiServer.com -- its free. After you sign up -- follow the instructions on their site as to how to upload your app.
No need to upload the .java file -- just the compiled servlet (.class) and the .html pages.
 
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It doesn't seem as if they are accepting new members until April 2003, but that's only just over a week away.
 
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