Using JSP as a Host Server

JSP Hosting Basics
JSP Hosting is a Java hosting program that has many similarities to Microsoft ASP. JSP hosting refers to the ability to run and manage Java Server Pages. Even though Java Server Pages (JSP) is quite similar to Microsoft’s Active Server Pages (ASP) JSP does have slight differences in the hosting environment.

Java Server Pages is a server-side language that uses simple tag-based codes inserted into HTML and XML to produce dynamic and interactive web pages that are platform independent, meaning that by all rights they should appear exactly the same on every computer screen, regardless of the platform. This is the result when you publish your JSP-coded website on a JSP-supported Java hosting provider.

JSP allows web designers combine dynamically generated HTML in with their standard, static HTML code. While most CGI programs require you to compose the entire website in that one program, JSP allows you to compose the dynamic aspects and the static aspects of your site separately.

Java Hosting which includes JSP support would be the logical choice of any web designer wishing to eliminate the irritating need to repeat work they’ve already done. Java hosting, and JSP hosting specifically, would also be an efficient choice for those web designers working with a team.

One of the greatest aspects about JSP is that you don’t need to learn Java to use it and it’s practically built into programs like Macromedia (Adobe) Dreamweaver MX.

JSP’s use a variety of simple tags. The following are some of the most basic and common ones:

* Directives: <%@directive%> Instructions processed when the page is compiled
* Hidden Comments: <--comment--> Document the page, not sent to the client
* Declarations: <%!declaration%> Declare methods or variables with scope throughout the page.
* Expressions: <%=expression%> A bit more complicated to explain, expressions produce results which are then inserted into the output stream at the appropriate place
* Scriptlets: <%scriptlet%> A fragment of code that can access a declared variable and execute it at a defined time.
* Actions: An XML-style tag that can perform any of a slew of functions

So if you are running JSP, remember that you need to have a host that provides JSP runtime modules on the host side of your web server so that you can run the appropriate scripts. Some Java hosting companies to consider include: A2 Hosting, InMotion Hosting, HostGator and FatCow Web Hosting.

AUCTION RECAP OF OCTOBER 18, 2019

A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on October 18, 2019.

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the domain auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

GoDaddy Names at Auction

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Namejet Names at Auction

The 5N.com sales are getting boring to watch as clear prices have been set based on numbers and patterns. I’ll skip any 5N sales until something changes.

loxo.com $18,056
irda.org $6,088
fvkasa.orga $2,200
sparkunlimited.com $1,110
ltdl.com $745
prct.com $735
bsil.com $710
outdoorwarehouse.com $660
makenaresortmaui.com $635
gqdg.com $500

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Top Topics: $63,000 in Domain Sales in 24 Hours; To Counter or Not to Counter?…

Domain investor and broker James Booth (@BoothDomains) announced his latest acquisition yesterday, the three-letter .COM name DND.com. Today, he has tweeted the news that the domain has been sold! Congratulations to James on another quick flip.

Here are this week's Top Topics.


End-User Demand

This is possibly one of the...

Top Topics: $63,000 in Domain Sales in 24 Hours; To Counter or Not to Counter?...

Domain Investing news roundup for the week of October 14th, 2019

Domain Investing News
Domain Investing News

Hello, happy Saturday and welcome to my weekly Domain Investing news roundup. As usual, another busy week in the domain industry with a pretty intense debate on Twitter popping up around a startup that moved from GetSupply.com to Supply.co – I shared the original tweet that kicked everything off below.

Enough from me, here are stories that caught my eye this week from around the domain name world – enjoy!

  • A look at the top 10 .co sales and where they are today (read more on TheDomains.com)
  • Lotto.com and Naturals.com hit with cybersquatting complaints (read more on Domain Name Wire)
  • Doron from Efty sells Bold.co for $15,000 (read more on Twitter)
  • Media Options Launches “SEO Authority Domain Deals” Newsletter (read more on DomainInvesting.com)
  • One domain investor hit the Jackpot twice in the same day (read more on TLDInvestors.com)
  • GetSupply.com changes their name to Supply.co (read more on Twitter)
  • ICA Names 9 Lonnie Borck Memorial Award Nominees (read more on DNJournal)

139 Domain Discoveries for October 19th

Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise to the top. Today’s list has 139 domains for sale with history. […]

IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, October 19th

Sold a few more names than normal this week on Afternic. Afternic seemed to be more consistent in the past and now it goes in waves. It probably has more to do with random timing than any actual reason, but it never hurts to look into things and make sure it’s all working like it should.

Actually I sold another 2 domains this week on Afternic that I don’t even own anymore. I need to go through and update my account, remove old inventory, but it makes me wonder why the domainer that picked them up after they dropped hasn’t listed them. If they had, the names should have gone into their account. Remember, it’s a lot harder to sell a name if no one sees it, and be honest with yourself, If you picked it up for $8 then it needs to be marketed through the registration path. The odds of someone just dreaming up that name, looking up your whois, and reaching out to you are slim.

Most people don’t even know how to look up the whois info.

Click the links for current prices, most links are commissionable and fund the operation.

Main List

The No Bid List

zethereum.com
WisdomToProsper.com
UniverseSystem.com
TreatmentEngine.com
TourWild.com
TicketScam.com
TicketRequest.com
ThinkCompromise.com
ThingPet.com
SpecialMojo.com
ShowUltra.com
RefillOrder.com
ReadyToSee.com
ProgressiveWork.com
PremiumBeyond.com
PersonalPatrol.com
PayPerPerformance.com
PayPerActivity.com
OriginalBucket.com
NowPlayThis.com
NavyZone.com
MysticCave.com
MuseFun.com
MundoFestival.com
MonkeyCute.com
MemoryBubble.com
MeetDo.com
ManageThink.com
LuckPanda.com
LostCrypto.com
KingAngler.com
iSeeInside.com
InteractLife.com
HogFund.com
HealthRejuvenate.com
HealingHealers.com
HeadScratch.com
HateTheGreat.com
GoAwayStress.com
GardenSynergy.com
FundCertified.com
ForgiveDebt.com
ForceOfAwesome.com
FakeInterview.com
ExpressUltra.com
EthicAlert.com
DoorWork.com
DigiBucket.com
DamnWeSuck.com
CulturalDays.com
ConvictedKiller.com
ClientAssurance.com
BuildItBig.com
BuckLuck.com
BlackProtest.com
BetterThinkers.com
AwesomeIncomes.com
AthleteStar.com
AllergiesAway.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

DatabaseManagement.com
Taxless.com
EuroGraduate.com
LawMatters.com
AppBucket.com
WallPutty.com
EasyDine.com
CedarBay.com
EmergencyResponder.com
PrimeChina.com
BudgetControl.com
LatinFinancial.com
LargeLand.com
SelfIs.com
idhistory.com
SuperStoked.com
AlohaStyle.com
SpeedBiz.com
EgoBrand.com
oszone.com
SizeFit.com
SteelBay.com
RealExit.com
SingleAgent.com
TheMona.com
FotoBug.com
dubidu.com
ConfidentLeader.com
perenity.com
pathcbd.com
katadi.com
HempEngineers.com
gracify.com
DeCorDia.com
FindTheCures.com
SlowWeed.com
cloudtab.com
UniFolio.com
SupremeKitchen.com
saltt.com
bikkr.com
ShopTheCity.com
FastWoman.com
nursan.com
LoHita.com
elbucket.com
blublo.com
JazzyCat.com
EarthSleep.com
RioTotal.com
ilmee.com
excol.com
MeIsMe.com
Rockea.com
LakePlan.com
conano.com
ShitLog.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

Vilas.com
DefenseSpecialists.com
FareYouWell.com
OriginsOfEvil.com
SchoolTaxes.com
VerySpecialLady.com
PhysiologyTraining.com
DigiMedicine.com
KnightRide.com
HomeOfMyOwn.com
CoreUniversity.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

ccye.com
ingq.com
lgmv.com
kqhi.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

afhr.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

phx.info
4f5.com
rig.info

Brandables

bayua.com
bittac.com
btrex.com
cutems.com
daxax.com
diplomatici.com
dosmy.com
ediit.com
fancium.com
gymoga.com
hostche.com
hustory.com
juvutu.com
moolaz.com
pavok.com
phoneda.com
rumch.com
saroom.com
thiben.com
trazaki.com
Vertais.com
zerodius.com
synovera.com

Some Numbers

666980.com
721992.com
916223.com
869716.com
721993.com
916129.com
856175.com
627229.com
721995.com
531098.com
716995.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Adults.org
Forward.info
Masks.tv
Driving.cc
Loving.info
Undy.net
Varus.org
Weeded.org
Problems.info

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

AnnualCannabis.com
CivicCannabis.com
FocalCannabis.com
freevaping.com
HashBird.com
MemberCannabis.com
WeedBubble.com
YesVapor.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

LRVG.com
Neuroplant.com
Courtyards.com
CEGM.com
RMTE.com

EmailAccessApps.com
CompositeBoat.com
Djje.com
Ehqu.com
CloudPartners.org

247365360.com
EazyPharma.com
Chiwawa.co
WildPawz.com
LaserPick.com
CBDClinix.com
Private.company
NuYork.city
Curesly.com
StockMarket.International

Godaddy Value BIN

Godaddy Value BIN

Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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He bought a domain and ended up with a stranger’s PayPal!

Today: Selling domains is just like dating / 1.to sold for $20,000 / $2.65 promo for one .com domain / and More…

Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today:

Buying one word .com – Budget: Up to $50,000.00 – Make sure to check your portfolio for a single-word .com that meets this buyers specified criteria. This might be an opportunity to liquidate.

Buying one word .io – Total Budget: $5,000.00 – This buyer is looking for bulk liquidation deals on single-word .io ccTLD’s. Do you have what they need? Take a peak at their guideline.

What gTLD failed you? For example, you stocked up for nothing – Have you been investing in a new gTLD for the last few years and not selling any of them? Why do you think that is? Take a look at what some domain investors are saying about it.

1.to sold for $20,000 – That’s not a bad domain name sales report for a single-number .to ccTLD for five-figures. Do you think it should have sold for more or less than what it sold for?

$2.65 promo for one .com domain – Are you thinking about hand registering a .com, but want to save as much money as possible doing it? If so, this might be an opportunity.

Selling domains is just like dating – Have you ever had an experience selling domain names that made it feel like you were dating again? Take a peak at this domain resellers story to see how they ended back up in the dating game with domain names.

He bought a domain and ended up with a stranger’s PayPal! – Wow! How crazy is that? You would think that a seller or previous owner would disassociate their PayPal from a domain they are selling or that dropped. Have you ever had an experience like this one?

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15 years of craziness

15 years ago today I embarked on a journey that I never really expected. I joined Namepros on October 18, 2004 out of boredom. I had been registering domain names since 1997 but outside of spending time at the original Afternic I did not spend much time discussing domains with others. Friends and family thought domaining was one of the dumbest things they had ever heard about.

Namepros 2004

Namepros October 2004

I joined Namepros and really got into looking to sell things fast. This was a mistake when I look back at some of the names I sold at Namepros on a wholesale level, (Sayy.com, 880.com, R75.com, 7499.com, 7599.com, etc…) It was a combination of boredom and being impatient.

In 2005 3Character.com was born out of the Namepros chatroom which at the time was real discussion and not the spamming of domain names for sale already listed in the marketplace.

Later in 2005 I started the Dot TV subforum which was the first extension specific discussion area on the forum. There was good and bad that came along with that. Dealing with trolls, a 20 hour a day unpaid job, something that at times started to feel like a cult. On the good side of the coin there were a decent number of members who made good money in the extension, being asked for quotes and having some articles republished in mainstream publications and the people I became friends with.

I spent 12 years as a mod, helped to put in some features and rules that are now standard practice, so that’s been nice.

Namepros 2019 is nothing like Namepros 2004 or Namepros 2012. I thank RJ for everything he did to help build a community that looked to be the Superman to DNForum’s Lex Luthor. Old timers like Kenny and Michelle and those more recent like Eric Lyon have helped to keep some of that nostalgia from a time gone by. Older members like Stub, Brad Mugford, wwwweb and Biggie, just to name a few provide consistent contributions on a day in, day out basis.

The Namepros of today benefits from a guy who really knows tech in Paul Buonopane and the helpful members like Bob Hawkes, James Iles, MapleDots, XyNames and many more.

I don’t know if it’s been the best use of my time but it has been an interesting 15 years and 13,000 posts.

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AUCTION RECAP OF OCTOBER 17, 2019

A look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the domain auction list posted on October 17, 2019.

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the domain auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

GoDaddy Names at Auction

Click Here if you are unable to see the table of GoDaddy results, because you are viewing via the RSS feed.

Namejet Names at Auction

The 5N.com sales are getting boring to watch as clear prices have been set based on numbers and patterns. I’ll skip any 5N sales until something changes.

SmartSurveillance.com $2,000
CaribbeanHotel.com $959
FiberFlex.com $901
asc-cockerspaniel.org $709
BioInvestment.com $680
AudioRecorders.com $656
LRKR.com $615
AlchoholAwareness.com $600
CBGM.com $570
turbon.com $560

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