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    Exclamation The hosting company must have the frameworks?

    Hi, I am very new to javaserver pages, and coming from a great php programming experience.
    I would like to know if after built my project on local machine the remote hosting must have installed the same frameworks used by me, because I had to install on my machine for production and deployment, now I am unsure about it when uploading to the server.

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    A framework is, in effect, just a library like any other. If you're talking, for example, about Struts, then the struts jars and their dependencies will all just be libs deployed along with your application

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    Default Thanks, that simple!

    Okay thank you very much brother!
    After you answered me I tried to figure out how a jar works by inspecting it on eclipse IDE and saw the namespaces inside them, so in fact a framework in java is just a container for a collection of classes like in php, so I have to put it in my libs folder and get it up and running!
    Thanks, that simple!

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