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Dear All,
Hey,
I have just succeeded in SCJP and am now concentrating towards JSP. I am not interested in doing
servlets, but just JSP. I have the following development environment:
Celeron 458Mhz
128 MB RAM
Windows 2000 Professional Edition
JDK 1.3
Apache version 1_3_12
Tomcat 3.2.1
I have set the System for loading and running JSp's and it's working fine (after a few
installation tries) now.
I wanted to know, that suppose I develop some JSP pages, then where can I host those pages. I
have a free geocities based website, but will it run my JSP pages or not, I am not sure.
Also, are there any other free servers (banners are no problem) which do host JSP pages.
Thanks,
Bye,
Tualha Khan
 
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If you look through the archives, this question has been answered! Best place to start in www.jspinsider.com that lists a number of providers.
 
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If you look through the archives, this question has been answered! Best place to start in www.jspinsider.com that lists a number of providers.
 
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by the way geocities will not work. Servlet/JSP support is rare to come by at least at host that I have looked at, Looking at that list is the best place to start.
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Tualha Khan
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Dear All,
Hey,
I have found a free hosting server for JSP/Servlets/etc etc for developers. Its URL is: http://www.webappcabaret.com
The user interface for upload and JSP/Servlet setup is pretty easy. You people may try it!
Bye,
Tualha Khan
 
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