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Dan Lund
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Does anyone know about some free servers that support jsp?
 
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Tomcat from the Apache Group is the free reference implementation of the JSP and Java Servlet specifications. It is very easy to setup and can be downloaded from http://jakarta.apache.org .
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There is also a java container called resin. It's supposed to be really fast. I have used it before and I think it is great. You can download it at www.caucho.com
 
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Originally posted by Dan Lund:
Does anyone know about some free servers that support jsp?

I think I might be reading the question a little differently but if you are looking at other JSP HOSTS, then the two that I know of are http://www.webappcabaret.com and then there's www.mycgiserver.com
Both have SQL access. They're relatively decent considering they are of course free. They dont want to be used exclusively for actual websites but for development.
Otherwise, if you just want a JSP/servlet server of your own, there's Allaire JRun, Apache (with Jserv module), Jakarta. These are the ones that run off the top of my head.
 
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