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    Default JDBC and adding new users

    I have built a program which connects remotely to my MySQL database, but cannot find somewhere to add new users on different IPs, without connecting to Mysql through my terminal shell. I was hoping there would be some way to add users to mysql.user in the JDBC platform. Can anyone help me with this?

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    Default Re: JDBC and adding new users

    JDBC is simply a protocol for talking to a particular database, in your case MySQL.
    If MySQL is set to refuse connections from an ip address there's nothing anything else can do.
    Be a bit of a security hole if you could remotely override that and add the ip address of the location you are remotely overriding from.
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