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Hello,
Can anyone point me good web hosting site which supports jsp/servlets with tomcat or any j2ee web server? It may not be freeone.
I am planning to host something there.
Thanks in advance for your help
 
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Did you check the Servlets FAQ?
 
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Thanks Bear.
Interesting to know that javaranch is hosted on evolutionhosting.com
That webhosting looks very costly.
I am looking around paying 200-300 US dollars per year with reasonable disk space and bandwidth and database.
I already went through lot of jsp/servlet based webhosting sites.
Trying to get feedback of any other ranchers if they have used any.

I thought jsp supported servers should be cheaper than asp supported servers. But from my investigations so far, it looks like asp/.net supported servers are cheaper.. May be I am wrong. If I am correct, what is the reason for that?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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