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how to host jsp project in third party server.

 
Manoj semwal .
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i have a jsp project in that project i have using some bean files iam using Tomcat 4.1.7 server in local computer, now i want host in third party server. it is possible to host in linux server.
 
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Sure that's possible. The servlet FAQ has a list of companies that provide Java hosting: http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ServletsFaq#2
 
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Yes it is possible to host it on a linux server all you need to do is provider the .war file of your web application.


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thanks for your reply .

in linux and other server same tomcat server(Tomcat 4.1.7) required or we can hosted in any tomcat server. and iam using MS SQL server in Backend.
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Any version of Tomcat that has a JSP container can do.

Hope this helps
 
Manoj semwal .
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thanks Amit

What about the Ms Sql server we have to send the database backup file.
 
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Very few -if any- Linux hosting providers will offer MS SQLServer (which, after all, does not run on Linux). You may have to settle for a Windows hosting provider instead. Or rewrite your application for PostgreSQL or MySQL, if possible. All Linux hosts offer one (or both) of those.
 
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Thanks Utf for your kind reply.

for hosting in linus or windows i have to convert the whole appliaton in .war file or not .
 
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That depends on the host. Some allow you maintain exploded directory structures, whole others require you to upload .war files. Personally, I wouldn't be content with uploading war files; I generally want the file system structure.
 
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Thanks Ulf for your kind reply.

regards,

Manoj
 
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