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From:Steve Grosz Date:October 14 2004 6:37pm
Subject:Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?
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I am new to using MySql.  I installed it on a seperate server on 
Win2003.  That server has a 192.168.x.x address on my network.

I am trying to add a DSN connection from Coldfusion to the database, but 
every time I try using the MySql driver/connection type, it says there 
doesn't seem to be a server running at 192.168.x.x:3306

What am I doing wrong?  How can I check remotely to see if the server is 
actually running?

Thanks very much!!

Steve
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Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Steve Grosz14 Oct
  • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Eric Bergen14 Oct
    • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Steve Grosz14 Oct
    • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Steve Grosz14 Oct
      • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Dwalu Z. Khasu14 Oct
        • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Steve Grosz15 Oct
          • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Bernard Clement15 Oct
          • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Dwalu Z. Khasu15 Oct
            • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Dwalu Z. Khasu15 Oct
              • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Steve Grosz15 Oct
                • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Jochem van Dieten15 Oct
                  • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Steve Grosz15 Oct
                    • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Michael Stassen15 Oct
                    • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Jochem van Dieten15 Oct
                    • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?Jochem van Dieten15 Oct
                    • Re: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?SGreen18 Oct
RE: Adding DSN into Coldfusion Admin?SST - Adelaide)15 Oct