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hi all,
I was wondering if anybody can guide me to a webhosting service which supports JSP/Servlet capable webservers. Till now I am unable to find any
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http://www.webappcabaret.com/
Excellent Free service with JSP/Servlet/Tomcat/Cocoon support and the only site provites you private JVM for free.
The SCJD Study Group just started a volunteer development team using webappcabaret as everyone's base. Take a look!
Thanks!
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thanks a lot roseanne
I'll hurry over to the links.
it seems that you always answer my request asap.
maybe next time I'll contatc you in person LOL
anyways my thanks again from your indebt java buddy
Farooq
 
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you might also check out www.mycgiserver.com. I am using it and I think it's great!
Also couple of JSP related sites:
- www.jspinsider.com
- www.jspin.com
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thanks alex....
I'll go see them
 
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