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  1. #1
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    Tomcat + Oracle Shared

    Hi,

    Does anyone know of shared hosts that offer Tomcat (or other jsf compatible webserver) as well as Oracle database (instead or in addition to MySQL)?

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    Oracle is ridiculously expensive and if you find a shared host that offers it you're likely going to be looking at a particularly high price tag.

    I am sorry I can't be more helpful... You may want to try running a search in the shared hosting offers section.
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    Why won't the more popular Tomcat+MySQL combo work? What's so special about Oracle?
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    Hi

    Oracle is expensive, almost no one offers oracle db for shared hosting..
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    you may want to try to google Oracle Shared Hosting.

    Oracle Hosting is exensive though.
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    That is the kind of specific request here. What I recommend is: place that in the FIND a HOST option here and probably you will get few direct offers from subscribed companies. Good luck

  7. #7
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    Okay, well the general consensus here seems to be use MySQL instead of Oracle. I was merely hoping to do a project in Oracle because I wanted to maybe play around with its more advanced features later on, but google searches haven't returned any hosts that don't look severely suspect. Thanks for all of your input.

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