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Hi,

no any knowledge about Java, but would like to install it. Will I able to do it myself on that server http://www.online.net/offres/hebergement_mutualise.html ?

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at first glance: no
this server seems to only support php. You require JSP support however (servlet container like tomcat / jetty / jrun / ...)

Not many free hosters do support this, also not many regular hosters...
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Sid wrote:at first glance: no
this server seems to only support php. You require JSP support however (servlet container like tomcat / jetty / jrun / ...)

Not many free hosters do support this, also not many regular hosters...



Who's doing affordable JSP hosting please?
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Andrius wrote:

Sid wrote:at first glance: no
this server seems to only support php. You require JSP support however (servlet container like tomcat / jetty / jrun / ...)

Not many free hosters do support this, also not many regular hosters...



Who's doing affordable JSP hosting please?


You might try doing a Google search for Java hosting ...
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