|Related to : MySql Database Connection Issues - ClassNotFoundException|
|MYSQL Workbech connection to local network database?|
I don't think that you can connect to a computer of your network with
its name only in MySQL Workbench.
So, if you can't allocate a fixed IP with DHCP to your computer
running MySQL maybe you could use port forwarding in your router
config (localhost:port -> computer2_ip:mysql_port) so you will be able
to connect to localhost:port in MySQL Workbench. You could also create
a tunnel between the two
|How to close database connection in php while database file is included?|
Try this one
MySQL extension is deprecated as of PHP 5.5.0, and is not recommended
for writing new code as it will be removed in the future. Instead,
either the mysqli or PDO_MySQL extension should be used.
|Permanent connection to Database?|
The usual approach is to use a connection pool.
The connection pool keeps a usually small number of open connections
(connected to the DB) and provide an abstraction for your application.
This way, your application will avoid the overhead of finding the
server, establishing the connection, closing the connection, etc on
every query, which would sacrifice performance.
At the same time, a conne
|Connection of a program to a database when using c++|
If you need to use SQL Server specifically, then it has to be
installed on the machine.
On the other hand, if all you need is to store some data and not
necessarily a database, that could be done in an arbitrary way.
You could also use something like SQLite, which is an SQL database
that can be stored in a single file and doesn't require a server
running (meaning you can just access it from your
|How to insert google addsese into MySQL database using PHP mysql|
Addsense code inserted into my local Mysql database in my local
system, but not in the server
Looks like you connected to database on your local machine instead of
Acording to http://php.net/manual/en/function.mysql-connect.php
mysql_connect('<<<IP ADDDRESS TO YOUR SERVER>>>',