In newer versions of Linux it’s not easily possible to just move the MySQL data directory to another location and modify my.cnf or create a symbolic link. There is a secutity/protection “daemon” running in background checking which locations is some process trying to access. If it’s allowed, then access is granted, otherwise the process is unable to read/write the required data. This guardian is called “APPARMOR” Continue reading
If you want to display a JTable that displays data from a DataBase ResultSet you can do it manually using JTable that displays data converted from database table ResultSet into Object [ ][ ].
Another approach is to build the JTable model dynamically using the ResultSet meta data. In this article you can see an example of how this can be achieved. Continue reading
Sometimes it might be usefull or even needed to replicate data from one place to another. If you have data you want to replicate in MySQL database, you are lucky, because replication is integrated in MySQL by default and you just have to set it up. Continue reading