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Java MySQL connection

 
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I am trying to connect java application with mysql.
Earlier mysql was installed on a remote machine and the connection was working fine. But now i was testing it by installing it on the local machine. So changed the host name from name of server to localhost and specified user name and password for local mysql database.
But now i can't conenct to the local databse.
i am getting the following Error

Access denied to user abc@127.0.0.1 (Using password:YES).

But i can directly run the database from prompt.

Please Help
 
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Thomas,
Do you have a firewall on your local machine? Maybe it is blocking the port Mysql is using?
 
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I had a problem like this the first time I used MySQL, but it was a couple of years ago and I can't remember the exact cause. Here are my suggestions:
  • Try 127.0.0.1 instead of localhost to bypass the DNS lookup
  • You may need to set stuff like SocketPermission and something else in the policy file of your app server


  • I'm afraid that's all I can remember.

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