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    amitabh is offline Member
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    Default Database With netbeans excutable jar

    hello everyone

    i hava created an application program with mysql database as backend
    and i have created an executable jar file with netbeans "clean and build tool"

    now a have moved this jar with dist folder to another system but it can not access the database

    Plz tell me where we will put database to run application properly
    Plz tell me soon It's Urgent............

    Thanks...

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    Same problem with me :( Please post here if you got any solution

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    i Got The solution of this problem.
    if you developed a project with java and mysql as backend then you must install mysql database server on clien machine on which you run the application. and giver proper connection detail.
    means on another machine you have dist folder plus mysql server and admin tool to export database into mysql .
    if y have any further problem then your welcome.

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