Date: Wed, 06 Oct 2004 02:02:06 GMT
I am looking to package a java / swing / mysql application so that it
can be installed primarily on Window based systems. I googled for "java
mysql installer" and came up with a large number of products, gpl'd or
commercial; its hard to know where to start. In addition, I am not a
particular expert in mysql installation. Anyone have any suggestion as
to installers, where to start etc? thanks - Lou
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