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Thread: how to insert data from a html page into mysql data base throw a servlet

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    Default how to insert data from a html page into mysql data base throw a servlet

    I did make a registration page with html and I wont to insert the data from this page into my data base (mysql data base) throw a servlet.
    Please I need the right steps to follow from creating the data base and the html page to the servlet, not only the code
    thanks


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    Default Re: how to insert data from a html page into mysql data base throw a servlet

    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    I did make a registration page with html and I wont to insert the data from this page into my data base (mysql data base) throw a servlet.
    Please I need the right steps to follow from creating the data base and the html page to the servlet, not only the code
    thanks
    To help formulate your question and get yourself the help you seek, I recommend thinking not in terms of these forums being a code service (which we are not), rather take the time to write down your requirements, research each of them (the internet is a gold mine when it comes to information - use it), and post what you have researched and done. More importantly - ask a specific question about it. I say this because your post goes against many criteria for how to ask a question and receive a meaningful response. Misspelling, lack of problem description, no defined question, blatantly asking for code, etc...in my experience, posts such as this yield little if no replies.

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