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    Default Java and database

    I have created an application with mysql and java and now I want to combine that database in the installer. What is the best way to do that?

    It is a desktop application.
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    Default Re: Java and database

    Oh... my... golly... gosh. Please use punctuation!! It helps a lot. At least it helps me to figure out when one idea or statement ends and another begins.

    database in the installer<insert '.' here> what is the best way to do that

    Aside from that. Can you elaborate on what you are trying to do. Are you creating an installer? If so, is it for a desktop or are you instaling it to a server. Is this a server side program or a client side program. What does this program do? I am drawing a blank on what you are attempting to do with this program that uses MySQL and Java. Literally can be anything!
    My API:
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    cat > a.out || cat > main.class

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