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How to connect to mysql in Spring?
 
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That's not a very precise question, so is difficult to answer.

How would you like to connect to it? Are you trying to use the Spring JDBC support? Have you considered looking at the documentation? Or are you trying to use Spring ORM?

Can you be more specific?
 
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Thank you for your Documentation link,
I need some tutorial which will help me connect to the MySql DB <in spring>,
and i am using ( Spring + Netbeans + Tomacat + MySql + WindowsXP ) combination,
so it will be helpful if tutorial is according to those IDE and Server.
I have some struts knowledge, and i am searching for such help.
Thank you in advance. :)
 
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The server isn't really relevant. The first link, Spring JDBC, should be enough to get you started.

Also, see UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine.
 
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