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Mysql access remotely
Make sure MySQL is listening on your public IP. You can set this in my.cnf. The property you are looking for is bind-address. Next, make sure your user is authorized to connect from a remote IP. You can adjust the permissions using the GRANT statement.

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trying to access to mysql remotely
Check that your firewall is allowing connections through on port 3306. Check the MySQL configuration parameter bind-address in my.cnf to ensure that it is allowing remote connections. There's information and troubleshooting tips here: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/can-not-connect-to-server.html I hope this post helps you to debug this issue Can't Connect to MySQL Server on IPAddress (10061)

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Access mysql data base remotely from playframework 1.2.4
In your example you define a mysql URL but set the driver to postgresql... Try to comment the driver setting, or set it to: 'com.mysql.jdbc.Driver' You can alos try to connect to your mysql server using the mysql command line: mysql -h xxx.xxx.47.78 -u root -p Then enter the root password (mysql root password). This will test the network connection to the mysql server.

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connect to mysql database using visual studio 2010 remotely
So, in order to connect to a MySql database from VS2010 see the link bellow: http://www.itcsolutions.eu/2010/09/09/how-to-connect-to-mysql-database-from-visual-studio-vs2010-problems-with-net-connectors/

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Can I connect MySQL to Access AND host it online for two people to use remotely?
I suspect that the configuration you have in mind is: put your MySQL database on a server that allows direct connections to MySQL from the Internet, define a MySQL ODBC DSN for that database on each of the two remote machines, and install an Access front-end with ODBC linked tables to access the MySQL database over the Internet. If so, then you can do that, but you probably don't want to. The Access front-end will "talk" to the linked tables as if they were on a local LAN connection, and depending on the complexity of the Access application and the speed of the Internet connection between the clients and the MySQL server the results could range from "a bit sluggish, but usable" to "so slow as to be unusable". With recent versions of Access the "recommended" way to share an Access data

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Connecting to MySQL DB on RDS
Have you checked your Amazon RDS Security Groups? Please note that in some cases, you'll need to add the IP address from which you're connecting. In that case, select a Security Group from the left menu, edit it and add the CIDR/IP.

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Connecting to a MySQL DB from a WPF app
When you are trying to contact a server in a home network using a basic modem/router, it can fail to recognize or pass along the port number you sent. In this case it was not recognizing or sending 3306 (default for mysql). This would make it so it would never work without SSH tunneling. After adding SSH tunneling it worked as advertised.

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c#: Connecting to php Mysql database
Try this //create a MySQL connection with a query string MySqlConnection connection = new MySqlConnection("server=localhost;database=cs;uid=root;password=abcdaaa"); //open the connection connection.Open(); //close the connection connection.Close();

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Syslog-ng connecting to mysql
This message seems to be caused when the libdbi drivers are not installed. Take a look at http://libdbi.sourceforge.net/ or see if there is a libdbi package for your distribution.

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Connecting to mysql database with go
connection refused generally means the port isn't open or is being blocked by a firewall. A couple things to check: Is MySQL (on localhost) running? Is it on port 3306? If you're on Windows, Mac or Linux, is there a firewall that might be blocking port 3306? If you're on Linux, is SELinux enabled that might be blocking port 3306?

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Connecting to old MySQL servers
From mysql_* to PDO isn't really that bad, PDO just seems a little frightening at first, and agreed, is somewhat more complicated, at least for retrieving data from queries (IMO). It might be a bit at first, but it shouldn't be too bad, and it's more secure as well, in addition to being one of the two current standards. For example, $link = mysql_connect('localhost', 'mysql_user', 'mysql_password'); and mysql_query($sql) become $link = new PDO("mysql:host=localhost;dbname=$dbname", $dbuser, $dbpass); and $statement = $link->prepare($sql); $statement->execute(values);

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Connecting to a MySQL database with PDO
First the reason you define config in different file is so that you can just include that file instead of writing the database configuration anytime you want database access. It is preferred best practice. you can do: try { $PDOConnection = new PDO('mysql:host='.DB_HOST.';dbname='.DB_NAME.'', DB_USER, DB_PASS); $PDOConnection->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE, PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION); //Do you stuffs $PDOConnection = null; } catch(PDOException $e) { //Do something with error }

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Connecting to MySQL From Eclipse (CDT)
Just substitute this driver = get_driver_instance(); by this driver = sql::get_driver_instance(); it's only a namespace problem;

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connecting to a database in mysql using php
You're using the old mysql library which is a no no Get comfy with the Mysqli Extension for all your database access needs. I'll even refactor this a bit for you. $conn = new Mysqli('localhost', 'demo', 'abc', 'practice'); $sql = "SELECT*FROM contact"; $results = $conn->query($sql); while($row = $results->fetch_assoc()) { var_dump($row); } edit: JimiDini posted a link that you should definitely read. http://phptherightway.com/

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Connecting PHP TO MYSQL ERROR message
I (don't think I can) post comments, but it would help if you posted the exact error message. eg the output of mysql_connect_error() From what I can tell though, you should make sure that the $localhost is set to something (probably "localhost", and that you're using the correct username and password.

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Contructor & Destructor Used for Connecting DB (MYSQL)?
I would either set the db login data within the __construct, or supply these by default. If you do not you would have to enter the login data every time you create an instance of that class... public function __construct($host = 'localhost', $username = 'admin', $password = 'admin', $dbname = 'mydatabase' , $tablename="mytable") You could also set these as class properties. The concept is the same though. You can also separate your SQL connection fro the Class and connect in a different class, and instantiate that class from within your constructor. You might want to put inspiration from this answer.

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Connecting to MYSQL via XAMP in Android
Do I understand you correctly that 192.168.1.15 is your PC-Localhost with your IDE and you want to connect to through your Androidapp which runs in an emulator? If yes you have to use "10.0.2.2" as IP-Adress. In the emulator that adress is redirected to your pc with the IDE not connected to the IP thing you also have to allow your app to use the internetconnection:

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Connecting classic asp to mysql on iis8
IF you use 32 bit odbc driver then you permission on iis for 32 Bit Apps : Allowed and use this ; Connection_DSN= "DRIVER={MySQL ODBC 3.51 Driver}; SERVER="&mysql_server&"; UID="&mysql_user&";pwd="&mysql_pass&";db="&mysql_db&"; stmt=SET NAMES 'latin5';" Set con= Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") con.Open Connection_DSN

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Connecting to a MySQL embedded database from PHP
As I am aware, the only embedded database which PHP supports is SQLite. In any other ways of trying to connect to MySQL database (with MyISAM engine) you would need either to expect resource from queries, PHP compatible objects, which non of them is the binary format of MyISAM files. At least, Embedded databases are widespread in application programming, not so much in web programming. However, I found something, that converts MyISAM to SQLite http://www.fullconvert.com/MyISAM-to-SQLite/ Managing SQLite with php is simply done by sqlite_ functions which creates files for db's and tables, execute queries, etc. Small tutorial: http://www.techotopia.com/index.php/PHP_and_SQLite PHP SQLite official documentation: http://php.net/manual/en/book.sqlite.php

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Connecting to MySQL through Objective-C (Desktop)
Depending on what you need to do, using a middleman such as PHP may be easier, but you can accomplish directly connecting using sockets. Take a look at this. http://macbug.org/macosxsample/mysql#.Ui9xLT5s25c Also keep in mind your MySQL server must be configured to allow remote connections from your IP address.

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Connecting to MySQL(WAMP) database with PHP
I'm going to say that you have a quotes error in your insert code. Use escapes, double quotes, or some other mechanism to separate the quoted variables from the quoted string, like so: $insertRow = "INSERT INTO people(fname, lname, age, city) VALUES('$fname', '$lname', '$age', '$city')";

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Connecting a MySql database to AngularJS via PHP
Hmm. When I add in some fake data in your getSamples() callback things generally seem to work, including your filter. See my forked plunker for reference: http://plnkr.co/edit/9fCkQfOsj6kJDILhMebY?p=preview

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compilation error while connecting mysql from c++
Looks like you don't have the mysqlclient lib installed. Try this if you made sure you installed it: g++ -o temp.o -c `mysql_config --cflags` temp.cpp g++ -o temp temp.o -lmysqlcppconn `mysql_config --libs` see MySQL - Building C API Client Programs

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Connecting to mysql from php fails silently
<?php $db_host = "localhost"; $db_user = "userk"; $db_pss = "pass"; $tag = $_POST['tag']; echo $tag . " Trying to connect with credentials: " . $db_host." ". $db_user . " " .$db_pss; $link = mysql_connect($db_host, $db_user,$db_pss); if (!$link) { die('Could not connect: ' . mysql_error()); } echo 'Connected successfully'; mysql_close($link); ?> try this :)

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Connecting remotly to a mysql server over ssh using c# for windowsce
I have found a solution for people having the same situation there is the solution without ssh connection 1/ add the MySql.SqlData.MyClient librery compact framework 2/add the privilege to access remotly to your MySql server

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Android Connecting to MySQL Database Remotedly
Write simple JDBC code with the connection string of your remote DB. If you are trying to write an application on android, which should connect to a remote DB then your remote db should be hosted on a public server. Once you know the public IP, port, dbinstance, username, password then you can create a connection URL and then to create a connection do something like this: dbConnection = DriverManager.getConnection("Your remote db conn url", "DB_USER","DB_PASSWORD");

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Problems connecting to MySQL db in EC2 instance (iOS/AFNetworking)
Got it working. Turns out I was sending off the port parameter incorrectly with the mysqli_connect() function which clearly shows the port being the fifth parameter. The initial connection in iOS to the EC2 instance should also NOT contain the port in the address. These are the settings I used that worked: #define kAPIHost @"http://54.215.166.236" $link = mysqli_connect("54.215.166.236","user","password", "db", "3306");

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Connecting to MySQL in AutoPlay Media Studio
You must first enable Databse support in your AMS project. After that you'll get MySQL Lua's representive commands binded in Action menu. The chunk for connecting your db will look like this MySQLConnection, err = MySQL:connect("database", "user", "pswd", "localhost", "port");

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Error on connecting MySQL with Ruby on Rails
It looks like your configdatabase.yml file is missing some data, it should look something like the following: development: adapter: mysql database: my_project_development host: localhost username: my_user password: my_password You will also need a mysql gem in your gemfile.

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Connecting to a protected RDS (MySQL) instance through another box (via ssh?) from rails
Tunnelling the DB connection over ssh should work, I've used it many times. In your Rails config be sure to set the host to 127.0.0.1 and not localhost which the mysql driver will treat differently. An example setup: In config/database.yml: development: adapter: mysql2 database: yourdb username: user password: pass host: 127.0.0.1 port: 8888 Your ssh command: ssh -v -L 8888:your-db-endpoint.rds.amazonaws.com:3306 ec2-user@ec2-instance.amazonaws.com Specifying -v to ssh will show you debug messages when the tunnel gets used, which is useful to see if it's working. For example: debug1: Connection to port 8888 forwarding to XXX.rds.amazonaws.com port 3306 requested.

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Tutorials for connecting ListView in Mysql Android
There are several steps that is needed to connect your listView with database. First, ask yourself. Do you want to get the data from online database? YES : You need to parse the result generated by your sql query and then read in your app. There can be 2 ways, either by JSON or XML. Sending and getting JSON/XML result can be done using some simple php code. NO : Then you need to read up on : setting up SQLite database on ListView tutorials. Here's a good one that i recommend : http://www.vogella.com/articles/AndroidSQLite/article.html#databasetutorial Hope that helps :)

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Connecting to remote MySQL from local machine
I'm not sure why they would say not to add 127.0.0.1 - that's the local machine, which means that people from the outside can't access it. So you have skip-networking turned on and you're connecting through a local UNIX socket? Are you sure it didn't say not to add anything other than 127.0.0.1? Do you have SSH access? If so, you can easily use SSH tunneling so that you'll only have to connect locally with a command like ssh -L 3307:localhost:3306 -N yoursever.com Then you connect locally on your home machine to port 3307 (you can make this 3306 but you said you develop your database locally as well, so in that case you'd need a different port). Then the packets go through SSH and magically appear at the database, looking as though they had come from the same machine. The security th

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Vb Connecting to an online mysql server database
"I have turned my firewall off but I'm still getting the same error." There is far more filtering going on between you and the destination than your personal firewall, none of which you'll be able to directly disable/change. If the server IP in your example is what you're trying to connect to, then it is very likely a filtering/firewall issue, as cHao mentions. SQL Server's default connection port is tcp/1433, and based on a quick portscan of 188.121.42.33, that host is not accepting connections on tcp/1433: > nc -vv 188.121.42.33 1433 nc: connect to 188.121.42.33 port 1433 (tcp) failed: Connection timed out ...and... > nmap -O 188.121.42.33 Starting Nmap 6.25 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2013-09-05 22:01 ric Nmap scan report for n1nlsmysqladm01.shr.prod.ams1.secureserver.net (188.121

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Connecting directly to remote MySQL database in iOS
You need to create a web service that will expose a set of APIs that are then use by your iPhone app to push/pull data. You may then choose to cache the data locally (on the iPhone) in a sqlite3 database. The most common data transfer formats are JSON and XML.

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segmentation fault when connecting to mysql database with c
The allocated new object isn't stored in your code. Hence you are passing the NULL to mysql_real_connect(). Change this line: mysql_init(conn); to: conn = mysql_init(conn); or rather directly: conn = mysql_init(NULL);

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error ocuring while connecting to android and php with mysql
Caused by: java.lang.NullPointerException 07-15 02:06:36.366: E/AndroidRuntime(2918): at com.iwantnew.www.post_item$add_new_room.doInBackground(post_item.java:96) So whatever is on line 96, it's null and should be checked for. There are no line numbers in your codesnippet but I think it has to do with the use of the descriptions variable: String descriptions = description.getText().toString(); while the assignment to the variable description is set in comments //description = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.description);

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connecting to mysql from localhost when data is on server (cpanel)
try using port number with the domain in mysql_connect(); . The default mysql port number is 3306. mysql_connect('yourdomain.com:3306', 'user', 'password');

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connecting mysql database with oracle mobile adf using JDeveloper 11
I'm assuming your MySQL DB is on a server. You'll need to build a layer of web services that expose the data from that DB and then you'll call those services from ADF Mobile to get data. Here is one approach: https://blogs.oracle.com/shay/entry/developing_with_oracle_adf_mobile

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Connecting to MySQL database with visual studio 2012
I have not written in C# but in VB the connection would be: Dim Mysqlconn as MySqlConnection Mysqlconn = New MySqlConnection Mysqlconn.ConnectionString = "server=yourservername;User Id=user;password=password;Persist Security Info=True;database=database name" I'm sure the code would be similar. Also as Prix said i would place inside a try/catch block. as for the issue with connecting via the tool menu... did you install the MySql ODBC connectors? this might be why its closing. also check the MySql issue log because not all versions of the ODBC connector are compatible with the msql extension in visual studio 2012

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Java client connecting to PHP server for MySQL database with authentication
Create a PHP file that accepts POST. In your JAVA, try passing a custom header KEY:VALUE pair that's verified via your PHP file - or try to think of a more elaborate way. Then, post along the username and password to the PHP file: POST http://server.com/java-auth.php?user=username&pass=password for pseudo example. Then, have that PHP file return a JSON-encoded string or a serialized string... or go super fancy, and encrypt it all with public/private keys. Hope this helps :)

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