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Thread: Help on java server hosting

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    Default Help on java server hosting

    Hi guys new here,

    I am writing a java server for a flash game. Everything is tested okay locally but what I am inexperienced in is how do I host the server ?
    I have a godaddy account which includes SQL support but I have no idea what to do. Any help/userful links are much appreciated. Thanks .


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    Default Re: Help on java server hosting

    Hello,

    Personally I've not used godaddy so I'm not aware what they allow you to do. What type of server is this, will it run as it's own executable or as a webapplication in a container such as Tomcat or Jetty? Does godaddy not have any sort of FAQ or help forum to get things up and running?

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    basically I think what I need is a host with a JVM and a dedicated IP address to run my .jar code in command prompt which I cannot find ! all of them uses Tomcat. or is it possible to run .jar files in Tomcat??
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