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When I first joined this forum I made a fairly long synopsis of who I am and what I wanted to do with Linux. I thought I posted it but now I can not find it anywhere. No doubt I messed up somehow!
I am developing a Java stand alone application that will require some server side Java Servlets to manage the marking, registration, install and deployment phases. I have a spare Windows 7 PC that I have converted to the Debian Linux system successfully...
I currently use LunarPages as my ISP and host to 3 domains. If I use them to host my Server Side processing they use Resin 3.x for the web server and my contract with them provides me with one 'MySQL' database system...
Next on my own server I will install the Resin version that LunarPages requires along with their required version of the Java EE.
I have 3 ways to eventually deploy my Java stand alone application
1. Use LunarPages to host my Server Side Servlet command...
2. Use the Google AppEngine service...
3. Use my own Linux Server for deployment purposes...
This message is an intro and does not have any specific question yet...
Perhaps someone may offer some suggestions for me or critique my objects...