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Screencast: Installing MariaDB on Windows
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A screencast demonstrating the MariaDB Windows installer.

(I recommend watching it in full screen 720p, so you can see the details.)

Some links:

Acknowledgments:

A big thanks to Vladislav Vaintroub, MariaDB’s Windows guru, and to Rasmus Johansson for help with the screencast.

Screencast: Installing MariaDB
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Instead of the usual text-heavy blog posts that appear here, I thought it would be fun to mix things up and do a screencast showing exactly how easy it is to upgrade MySQL to MariaDB:

Some notes:

  • The laptop I’m using had MySQL 5.1.55 installed with one database (apart from the system database). Installing MariaDB does not impact existing data in any way and once the install completed I had instant access to my data.
  • As part of the install you are given the option to set a new password for the root user. I choose to do it in the video, but you don’t need to. If you leave the password field blank the root password will not be changed. Other database users are preserved, of course.
  • As with any database upgrade, before doing this to a production system you should have backups and test.

Links:

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Java EE 6 using WebLogic 12c, NetBeans, and MySQL (Screencast #39)
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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is now available and comes with a zip installer.

This video shows how to develop and deploy a Java EE 6 application on WebLogic 12c using NetBeans. It builds a simple application using Java Persistence API 2.0, Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1, Servlets 3.0, Java API for RESTful Web Services 1.1, Java Server Faces 2.0, and Contexts & Dependency Injection 1.0. The video also explains how to configure MySQL database in NetBeans and use it for accessing the database tables in the Java EE 6 applications.

Enjoy!



You can also check out the sample code built in this










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Java EE 6 using WebLogic 12c, NetBeans, and MySQL (Screencast #39)
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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is now available and comes with a zip installer.

This video shows how to develop and deploy a Java EE 6 application on WebLogic 12c using NetBeans. It builds a simple application using Java Persistence API 2.0, Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1, Servlets 3.0, Java API for RESTful Web Services 1.1, Java Server Faces 2.0, and Contexts & Dependency Injection 1.0. The video also explains how to configure MySQL database in NetBeans and use it for accessing the database tables in the Java EE 6 applications.

Enjoy!



You can also check out the sample code built in this










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Screencast #Web8: jMaki on Rails for Dummies - 2nd edition
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The support for Rails in NetBeans IDE has improved considerably in the past few days. Greg and Ludo have been working on ramping up the jMaki NetBeans module as well. This screencast is an update to #web2 and shows how the development experience for creating a jMaki-enabled Rails application is drastically simplified.

The screencast shows how a jMaki-wrapped Yahoo and Dojo

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Screencast #Web2: jMaki on Rails for Dummies
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This screencast shows how a jMaki-wrapped Yahoo DataTable widget can be used to pull data from MySQL database using ActiveRecord in a Rails application. This is a screencast of the detailed instructions posted earlier.

Enjoy it here!

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