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Hi All,
Please any one say about web servers ,why we can use this,and where we can use this,and can we get free webserver for hosting the jar and jad files
if it is can you tell me how.

Please any body help in this,


Thanks in Advance,
Geeta

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Can you elaborate on what you mean by "why we can use web servers" and "where we can use web servers"? (The trivial answers to those questions would be "because they exist" and "wherever you can install software", but since that's unlikely to be the information you're looking for we need some more context.)

A freely available web server and servlet container you can use to develop Java web applications is Tomcat.

I'll move this question to a more appropriate forum, since this forum is for questions about the SCDJWS certification.
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Thank you for the reply,

I dont know any thing about web server,I have dought is it web site and web server is same ,actually my project is related to the mobile applications ,in this we have create the web server and host the jar and jad files ,but I dont know nohing about the web server,
i.e creation of web server and hosting the jar and jar files,setting MIMIE types.Just I know what are the steps to do.But I dont know about them completeply,
Please can any one explain in detail

Thanks and Regards
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Thank you for the sending that link.
But I already go through the link.
In this I dint find about posting the jar and jad files and setting the MIMT types.
Can you post any another url.

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Geeta
 
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Any web server can host your JAD files and most will already have the mime types for them. Where to put files and how to set mime types depends on the server you're using.
 
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