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Sushant Sharma wrote:Then you need a server you can associate your domain with.
I am trying to start a website and for that I have also get my domain name from godaddy.com.
Please let me know what are the further steps i have to follow ?
I want a free hosting server for java/JSP applicationsNothing in this world is free. You can find small virtual servers for under $100 per year. Googling should give you some idea on what's around.
I got a free hosting server, freehostia.com.
But this is PHP based and want hosting for java/jsp/jsf applications.
Yes, and I want a million dollars. But wanting something does not equal getting it, nor is it generally a reasonable thing to demand.
PHP hosting can be done relatively cheap because it doesn't take much resources, requires little configuration and is easy to manage. Java hosting on the other hand is a whole other beast and is not done by just throwing up a Tomcat server somewhere and then giving people remote access. The problem of reliable application redeployment without opening up your server to the entire world alone is a difficult one to tackle.
There are such services as OpenShift however, which for now is free and it seems the free service is going to stay available. Perhaps you can do something with that.
Not a Networking or Java question. Locking.