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How do I bundle my Database Information in a stand alone Appl

 
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Hi Guys, your help is needed.

I developed a Java SE Application that talks to a database tables in my computer
(precisely mysql) and I have it in a jar file called MyAppl.jar. MyAppl.jar is working
perfectly well in my private computer which I used in the development.

But my problem now is that when I take the MyAppl.jar to a diferent Computer
it still works but can not access the database again unless I install and create the
same database in the that other computer.

This is logical.
But I knew that it is still possible to bundle these tables in my database in the MyAppl.jar.

I will appricate your guide on how to achieve this in java (ie to have the database information available in MyAppl.jar)

 
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Sounds like a perfect application for an embedded JDBC database like HSQLDB or Apache Derby.
 
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Yes brother!

Do you know the forward?
 
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What is a "forward" in the context of databases?
 
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Brother am serious please if you know the solution just me.

Thanks in advance............
 
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You'll need to be more explicit ... the solution to what? Are you familiar with embedded databases? Have you read up on the two I mentioned? Do you have concerns using them?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:You'll need to be more explicit ... the solution to what? Are you familiar with embedded databases? Have you read up on the two I mentioned? Do you have concerns using them?



Am sorry for that, I did'nt understand you for the first time.

Please can you please give any useful link on where I can get topic on this (Embedded database)?
 
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I'm sure there's a Wikipedia page on that. After that, check out the HSQLDB and Derby documentation about their respective embedded capabilities; that should provide you with enough information to get started. Embedded mode is just another way of running a Java DB - you'll still be using JDBC to work with it.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:I'm sure there's a Wikipedia page on that. After that, check out the HSQLDB and Derby documentation about their respective embedded capabilities; that should provide you with enough information to get started. Embedded mode is just another way of running a Java DB - you'll still be using JDBC to work with it.




Thank Brother!

That is a good.
It is upto me now carry on with the seach.
I appreciate all.
 
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SORRY FOR THE ENGLISH.

Thanks Brother!

That is a good advice.
It is upto me now, carry on with the search.
I appreciate all.
 
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