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jdbc mysql linux = bad handshake

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I am connecting to mysql server( version 3.32.) using jdbc in Linux machine.
erroe message was obtained ,"bad handshake".
There is no problem connectong to the server with mysql client.
no problem in Unix environment with same jdbc.

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Laminamia063099 earned 100 total points
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There was a bad handshake problem with the mm.mysql JDBC driver developed by Mark Matthews for Linux (which I assume is the one you're using).  Download the latest version of the JDBC driver (http://www.mysql.com/Contrib/) where this bug has been fixed and you shouldn't have the problem any more.

Good luck!

Laminamia :)
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