However while working on something larger you should set up special folder for any external resources “lib” and either manage linking to your project through IDE or with Ant or Maven configuration files which IDE basically does for you on background. Sign up using Email and Password. Any ideas on how to fix this? Are you sure MySQL is running on port ? The user is set up, but exactly the same exception.
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I ran the command in Terminal but I got no output.
Connect to MAMP MySql with Java JDBC
Im convinced that there is nothing wrong with the code. The driver has not received any packets from the server.
I’ve set up a simple java app with the following function: Any ideas on how to fix this? Hope it will help 1.
My program seems to work and the commands suggested by JamesA also yield the expected output! However while working on something larger you should set up special folder for any external resources “lib” and either manage linking to your project through IDE or with Ant or Maven configuration files which IDE basically does for you on background.
Maybe you are not running as localhost on your machine but that would be odd as I thought it was default.
On both platform windows and linux I m done with its solution and writing the steps i followed Sign up using Facebook. Examples of connection string for other databases can be found here.
Sign up using Email and Password. Its just because your mysql service is not running Now you need to figure out on which port is your instance of MySQL running and each time you try to work with database you will need to have your Apache server running.
Driver 3 Here is the solution for this for windows Simply put a file Named ” mysql-connector-java I had also faced the Exception: Then your Connection will succeed! Only websites hosted on the same machine can connect with the mysql server.
connecting to mysql, with java, on a mac [SOLVED] | DaniWeb
Communications link failure The last packet sent successfully to the server was 0 milliseconds ago. Are you sure MySQL is running on port ? Be aware this nysql your mysql server is open to attack from other machines on the network. Thanks for posting the solution!