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host - localhost
Use your actual servername (make sure it is in your 'hosts' file).
Do u mean "Service ID" when u say server name ? Where woulg I get the hosts' file ? may be the ques seem a bit idiotic ... but please do help.
Thank you !
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Do u mean "Service ID" when u say server name ?
No - server name means 'server name' - the NAME of the machine.
You can use 'localhost' but the mapping still needs to be in the hosts file
Where woulg I get the hosts' file ?
If you don't know how to find a file on your machine you are going to have a lot of trouble going forward since finding files is often needed.
The 'hosts' file is where the name-ip mappings are stored. On windows it will be in a folder like
It will have an entry like this if you plan to use 'localhost'
Since the hosts file, and that entry, are typically created by default when you install an operating system if you don't have the file or that entry then there could be other, bigger, issues.
I got the hosts file . I have solved my problem now.
Thanks a ton for ur sincere help.
Is it there any way to convert/export a database table(like in Oracle or MySQL) schema into an XML schema using NetBeans 7.0.1 ? Or can u help me with java code in this regard?
When we access the data into Jtable , does it hold the schema ?
I suggest you post a new question to the forum to cover this latest question. I think you are more likely to get someone who knows the answer to reply.