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How to connect to database without password using connection pooling

 
chaitanya karthikk
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Hi everybody, I am chaitanya, I am facing a problem and don't know what to do. Let me explain my requirement.

I am working on an application, where I have to create a user interface for MySQL database, it must function like Oracle 10g GUI.

But before starting itself I have struck with this problem. I am using connection pooling, where I have to enter user id and password. The id is 'root' and is fixed at installation, but the password is a variable thing.

How to solve this problem. Please can anybody help me solve this issue. Can I do this, or this is not possible.

Thank you in advance, have a nice day.
 
chaitanya karthikk
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There was a problem with my net connection, I thought the question was not posted and posted the same topic second time.

Sorry, forgive me, I sincerely apologize for this mistake.
 
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Apologies accepted

I have taken the liberty (Scott, Jan, Jeanne, I hope you don't mind) of moving your other thread to our "deleted" forum.
 
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Thanks a lot Ritchie. I was worried a lot.
 
chaitanya karthikk
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Hi moderators, my problem has not been resolved yet, this thread is marked as 'moderator says its resolved'. Please help me.
 
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anusha chaitanya wrote:Hi moderators, my problem has not been resolved yet, this thread is marked as 'moderator says its resolved'. Please help me.
I have removed the resolved marker.
Regards, Jan
 
chaitanya karthikk
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Thanks a lot Jan, and can you please help me with my problem?
 
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anusha chaitanya wrote:Thanks a lot Jan, and can you please help me with my problem?
I don't know how to solve this. Let's hope that another rancher can help you.
Regards, Jan
 
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Its ok Jan, thanks again, have a nice day
 
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As far as I know, you must provide a username and optionally a password to establish a connection to a MySQL database. I always create a specific user account and password for each database that I create in MySQL. That way I always have credentials available for use when defining the connection pool.

Exactly how are you using this connection pool of which you speak? Is your app a web app and the connection pool is defined in the app server? If so, which app server?
 
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Hi Peter, I am doing a web application, I am using Apache Tomcat web server, not application server and my Connection pool is present at application level, not at server level, I mean it is in my project's META-INF folder.

Please help me, can I do this, is it possible? Thanks in advance.
 
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OK, this has now become a Tomcat configuration question. I am moving this thread to a more appropriate forum.
 
chaitanya karthikk
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Peter Johnson wrote:OK, this has now become a Tomcat configuration question. I am moving this thread to a more appropriate forum.


Hi Peter, I think this is not related to Tomcat, it is related to database connectivity through pooling. Please once check the question.

Thanks in advance.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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