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I am running a jsp page on this URL:
http://www.xyz.com/register.jsp
There is no database support available in www.xyz.com website.
I want my form data to be posted on another site:
http://www.abc.com/ and show the updated status (updated message) from the www.abc.com website.
In the www.abc.com site I have support for both JSP and mySQL.
Can I follow this type of scenario? If this is possible then what will be the jsp connectivity script for the following:
String username = "abc_mysql_database_username";
String password = "abc_mysql_database_password";
String url= "jdbc:mysql://localhost:3356/events";
In place of localhost what to give. In the above string url, "events" is the name of the database.
Pl. help me out.
 
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