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Has anyone in the forum figured out how to using Java servlet to upload a file to godaddy server?  RSS feed

 
jackson johnson
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I saw a post by Kishore about four years ago. But I can't find any working solution to walk around the io.permission issue. Even after I escalated the issue to a senior guy in the godaddy team, he just can't provide me with a solution. Any idea will be highly appreciated.

Here is the link posted by Kishore.

http://www.coderanch.com/t/290656/JSP/java/Creating-file-server-java-io

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Ever since I saw the following passage in the terms and conditions I have considered using GoDaddy for anything to be a non-starter:
Go Daddy reserves the right to terminate Your access to the Services at any time, without notice, for any reason whatsoever.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Ever since I saw the following passage in the terms and conditions I have considered using GoDaddy for anything to be a non-starter:
Go Daddy reserves the right to terminate Your access to the Services at any time, without notice, for any reason whatsoever.


I'd be surprised if an ISP didn't have this boilerplate in their contract.
@jackson johnson, as pointed out in the other topic, there are workarounds for this problem. PHP is mentioned, as is moving to an hosting service that doesn't lock their servers down as tight.
 
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Joe Ess wrote:I'd be surprised if an ISP didn't have this boilerplate in their contract.

Not in this generality. It's usually qualified by "... if you violate the terms of the agreement ...", and then goes on to specify what the terms are, like no illegal stuff, not sending spam, etc. But here it's completely unqualified - if the admin doesn't like you asking questions about uploading files, the account may be gone.
 
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Everyone is guilty of something. And if you aren't, they'll change the terms so you are. I find GoDaddy's honesty refreshing
 
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