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How to take MySql DB backup from java

 
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Hi all

I am trying to build a java utility which will enable me to take the backup of my MySql Database. I want the backup to be taken and dumped in a sql file in some location of my file system. Is there any way I could do it using Java code ? I searched a lot but didn't get any satisfying solution

Please help.

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Sumeet
 
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Hi Sumeet,

Why do you need that? There is a command line utility called mysqldump for this purpose. Also you can find the following links useful from mysql manual.

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/backup-methods.html
http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/copying-databases.html

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Fatih.
 
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Thanks Fatih

But thats what my boss has asked me to do and thats what the requirement is ..so cant help

Please help
 
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You will probably have to call it from Runtine.exec, and that is Java ( ), but make sure to read when runtime.exec() won't by Michael Daconta first.
 
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Backup:
/******************************************************/
//Database Properties
/******************************************************/

/***********************************************************/
// Execute Shell Command
/***********************************************************/

Restore:
/******************************************************/
//Database Properties
/******************************************************/

/***********************************************************/
// Execute Shell Command
/***********************************************************/
 
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Sumeet Chakraborty wrote:Thanks Fatih

But thats what my boss has asked me to do and thats what the requirement is ..so cant help

Please help



Have you mentioned the command line utility to your boss? don't just presume they know everything and are being akward on purpose.
 
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Thank you sarath j nair for your sample, you make my day bright again...
 
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You are always welcome Arief Ginanjar .....
 
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Sumeet Chakraborty wrote:Hi all

I am trying to build a java utility which will enable me to take the backup of my MySql Database. I want the backup to be taken and dumped in a sql file in some location of my file system. Is there any way I could do it using Java code ? I searched a lot but didn't get any satisfying solution

Please help.

Thanks and Regards
Sumeet



Hi Sumeet, I created a solution myself. Please take a look and get if you think it will be useful.

It is not a complex solution, I used some SHOW CREATE and SELECT commands and parsed the strings.
I Tried to make it look alike to a backup you take from Navicat software.
Here is the code.

 
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