Counting Records in MySQL by JSP ver 1

  Counting Records in MySQL by JSP
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This code source displays count of records in MySQL. We are using a SQL statement. You can easily modify the code to use in different languages. But this code can be used for JSP with MySQL. We will use Connector/J driver to connect database.

 

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