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config orion with mysql

 
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has anyone out there got an example of a config for orion with mysql
the is an example with postgresql on the orion site but no mysql example
thanx for your help in advance
 
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JavaRanch's Cattle Drive assignments use Orion and MySQL. Take a look at the "Servlets" and "JDBC" assignments on that page. The introductory sections on setting it all up may give you what you need.
[ October 13, 2002: Message edited by: Michael Matola ]
 
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Michael!
Where do you see MySql/Orion App Server configuration files???
Pages you mentioned does not contain any mysql configuration files to orion.
 
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You may want to go directly to this page
http://www.javaranch.com/drive/jdbc/index.jsp
where the mySQL setup info is.
Read through the mysql JDBC driver section - at the end of that section it says where you can put your files in your orion directory.
Hope that helps.
 
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