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How to use this query in servlet
*****combine two database******

database1:registration
database2:shopping_cart
online is a common table in both database

SELECT registration.online.price, shopping_cart.online.name FROM registration.online, shopping_cart.online WHERE registration.online.id = 1 AND shopping_cart.online.id = registration.online.id;

how to define two database name in this

c=DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/database name","root","root");


 
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You just need one of the two databases to connect to. The database prefix inside the query will take care of the rest.
 
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Do not use Business logic inside Servlets, it should always go through Service classes.

Regards,
Jana
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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