[Lvlug] Re: java and mysql permissions
faber at linuxnj.com
Fri Apr 8 20:01:46 EDT 2005
On 08/04/05 18:02 -0500, Deep Kapadia wrote:
> So, even if this person is trying to run an applet on the box hosting
> the MySql server, he will not be able to do so since the current
> security policy of the Java virtual machine on the box does not permit
> him to connect/resolve/accept connections through an applet.
So having a database username and password aren't enough? I'm thinking
along the lines of a Perl DBI or ODBC connection: if you've got the
database username and password correct, you can connect to the database.
Whether the database accepts connections over the Internets [sic] or locally
is a database configuration issue.
You're implying that there's another layer to consider when using a Java
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