Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Using MySQL database drivers, part of Up and Running with Java Applications (2012).
The last step before we connect our code in our JSP file to our MySQL database…is to download and install the database driver.…You can find it at mysql.com/downloads/connector/j/…Here I will click to download the zip file.…I can click No thanks to take me to the download and then choose a mirror.…I have already downloaded the files, so I am going to tab over to Eclipse, and…in Eclipse I'm going to create a new project.…
Now you need do this whether or not you have access to the exercise files, so…create a new dynamic web project.…I will call this using_ drivers, and click Finish.…Now if you already have access to the exercise files, then what you can do is…just grab the folders and drag them into Eclipse, and so I'm going to grab…WebContent, the source folder, and the build folder.…
Click and drag those three folders right on top of using_drivers, and you…will be asked if you want to link the files. I'm going to choose Link and then click OK.…And then I am asked if I want to overwrite the files, so I click Yes to All.…
- Working with Eclipse
- Using MySQL database drivers
- Displaying data from a database as XML
- Loading XML data from the web
- Displaying data based on user input
- Publishing a desktop application
- Understanding applets
- Building the layout
- Viewing the app on an Android device
Skill Level Beginner
1. Exploring Development Environments
2. Building Dynamic Web Applications
3. Creating a Desktop App
Publishing a desktop app3m 30s
4. Making Applets
5. Writing Android Applications
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