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I have a java application that I programmed, and I also created a Wampserver database to store the app's data. When I install the application in another computer, it basically can't do anything because wampserver isn't installed on that computer.

What can I make to make my database accessible on another computer?

Sorry if this is a dumb question, im new to programming.

What I have tried:

Nothing because I really don't know what to do..
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M4rLask 6-Aug-18 15:16pm
   
Install Wampserver with your application
Mike V Baker 6-Aug-18 16:04pm
   
There are just too many unknowns here to be able to provide you a good answer. M4rLask's answer is great if you want your user(s) (how many of them are there?) to each require WAMP on their system. As a user, I would not want to have to go through that. Also, it would mean that each of your users would be using their own copy of the database. If you want all your users to be able to access the same database then web hosting is one direction you could use. You could also set up the database and the Java application on AWS (Amazon Web Services). AWS would host both the application and the database and you would change your connection info to refer to the online copy of the DB and not the local one.

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