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How to import/export an existing MySQL database using neatbeans?

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I have Connected to a MySQL Database using a neatbeans editor. Now, I want to use that same database I created earlier on another pc. Can anyone help and tell me how that is done, please?

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Mar 7 '10 #1
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I never used netbeans to connect to MySQL. But you can use MySQL's command line utility mysqldump to export database by running the following command on shell.
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  1. mysqldump database_name > database.sql
Move database.sql (database dump) to other computer and import using the following command
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  1. mysql database_name < database.sql
You can also access MySQL remotely if both computers are connected with LAN/internet.
Mar 7 '10 #2

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