It is not *cayenne* that denies access. It is MySQL server. So that's
where you need to look. Check for instance that reverse DNS from
machine B works for machine A, or enter machine A IP address in the
On Apr 19, 2008, at 12:15 AM, Ozakca, Muzaffer wrote:
> I have an issue when I’m trying to connect to a Mysql database on a
> different machine than the one that runs my code. I get this
> java.sql.SQLException: Access denied for user 'user..%'
> As you might know, Mysql users consist of a name and a location (or
> % for all locations). For example, you can define use..ocalhost to
> be a user. The user cannot login if s/he is not on “localhost”.
> I’m running my code on machineA and the database is on machineB. The
> database user is defined as use..achineA. I can connect to the
> database using the normal mysql tools on machineA.
> The login credentials are specified as
> <login userName="user" password="xxx"/>
> In the cayenne config file. My question is how can I tell cayenne to
> use a specific machine name (i.e. machine’s DNS name) instead of “%”
> I hope I am clear.
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