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Free web hosting for Servlets & JSP's?

 
abdulwajed khan
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Hello there
Dear Friends
I want to host my small servlet/jsp web site on the web but I dont seem to find any free web site hosting facility along with database support.
Can any one help me in this regard? I would be very greatfull.
My email is
abdulwajed@yahoo.com
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Abdul Wajed
 
Tony Alicea
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Maybe http://www.mycgiserver.com ?
 
lokesh reddy
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Thanx tony,
I was searching for this kind of hosting service on the net for a couple of weeks, to place my programs which can useful to other programmers.
And i finally got it from u.
Thanx a lot.
Bye.
Loke
 
Farooq Ali
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dear friends
goto www.jspinsider.com
they have a separate section of all jsp/servlet webhosting services
or try.... 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!
 
Anonymous
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These hosting services that you mention, do they impose a great deal of restrictions on the software of your websites?
For instance, at one time, I wanted to find a host that would allow me to host my website, but I found out later that they did not allow things such as active server pages, or the use of activex code components. The only thing I was allowed was to shoot back static html pages from the server to the client, or at best activex controls.
Regards
I hope I will not find similar restrictions to using java server pages and javabeans at these host sites that you listed above.
 
Farooq Ali
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well rob
I only inquired with webcartapp & they allow 5 mb space & full support for jsp/servlets.... I don't know about asp
you can put java beans into your jsp pages
farooq
 
Tony Alicea
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The one I recommended allows only Java technology (Servlets, JSPs, JDBC, etc.) NOT Microsfot tech like VB and ASPs...
 
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