Finally, the 28th reply seems to have brought this thread to an end. Yes,
persistence finally got me there! Special thanks to Ash.

I am able to run both my Java code and php code on the same port (though
nothing database conversations are happening) from the same machine.

Here's the set-up :

MySQL Server 5.1 + Query Browser : port 3306. This has a schema called as NS
which is referenced by my Java code.

EasyPHP : This is running in a diferent location with its stack in C:\.

Fix : I knew all I had to do was a drop of my NS schema to a folder called
data and from nowhere I crashed into this : C:\Documents and Settings\All
Users\Application Data\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\data.

I dropped my NS schema there; checked the query browser and there it was!
Compiled my Java code and I was able to get back to my previous

So, no port conflicts, no different usernames. So far so good. Talk to you
all soon as I am gearing up with programming questions now.


On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 1:02 AM, Shreyas <> wrote:

> Bob,
> That was a separate installer. It was nothing to do with another software.
> --Shreyas
> On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 7:19 PM, Bob McConnell <> wrote:
>> From: Shreyas
>> > What would be the exact installer which will let me have the MySQL
>> Server
>> > and the Query browser? I know this is the wrong forum but I am just
>> giving
>> > it a shot. When I do Start -> All Programs -> MYSQL, I used to get
>> only
>> > above options. I have lost the installer and the actual MySQL website
>> has
>> > quite a lot of things.
>> I don't know anything about the MySQL toy, but from scanning this thread
>> you already have a server installed if your java app is talking to it on
>> port 3306. You are now trying to install a second server on the same
>> computer, which can only be done if you change the port number.
>> How did you install the first server? Was it part of the java install or
>> did one of the other packages you installed put it there? Do you still
>> have the documents for that package with the default users and
>> passwords?
>> Bob McConnell
> --
> Regards,
> Shreyas


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