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I have created a small web-app and want to deploy it. I have used struts2 and mysql for the database. The problem is that I do not have a static ip to run the app on my machine. Can anyone suggest me hosting services that host java pages and mysql?

Since this is a project I am not doing for money, I would prefer free servers even if they are allowing usage for a short period of time.

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what about takint a DynDns account?

This is a Dynamic DNS Service which consists of:

  • An executable which runs on your PC and sends notifications to DNS Server of your current IP
  • The Dynamic Server

You url would consist then of a subdomain of dyndns which ever you choose. Take a look !

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i created an account but have no clue how to proceed.. i am not understanding stuff. please help – SonOfTheEARTh Dec 24 '10 at 15:36
i figured it out. thanx – SonOfTheEARTh Dec 24 '10 at 15:51
take into account however the security concerns !! have at least a good firewall/antivirus solution ;) – Jhonny D. Cano -Leftware- Dec 24 '10 at 16:49

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