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Hi I don´t know if this forum is the correct one. But I would need know what way could I having too computers typing the URL in one could I run an app develop in EJB 3 which is set in the other one.
I am trying to make a homeserver, and a would like from a browser could run the app in it anywhere.

¿Any idea?

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Do you mean to deploy the code on a application server ? If not, Can you rephrase your question ?
 
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Hi I mean deploy the code in a server which is in a remote machine . Then type in a browser an URL and access to that app which is running in that remote server- machine.

¿Any idea?

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Ofcourse, You can do it, provided there is connectivity between the 2 machines.
 
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Yes , but ¿what way , could I do it?

I mean that connectivity what way is it done.

¿Any idea?

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Either both the machines have to on the public domain(internet) or both the machines need to be interconnected over a network.
 
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