how to connect to mysql from java

Hi, I need to connect to mySQL from java I don’t know what’s code I need to write*_* it’s different between localHost database and ssh database. Can I connect to my database from java application ?

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The most secure way to connect to a remote MySQL server is to set up an SSH tunnel. This will use a secure SSH session to bind port 3306 on your Droplet to whatever port you want on your local machine, and forward all traffic through the secure tunnel. This will allow you to connect to MySQL without enabling true remote access, as the traffic is going through the SSH tunnel so MySQL considers it local traffic.

Take a look at this tutorial, specifically Example 1:

You will need to replace port 110 with 3306 but the rest should be the same. Once you have the tunnel set up, you can connect to your database using Java the same way you would if the server were hosted on your local machine. If you already have a MySQL server installed locally, you might want to use a different port than 3306 on the local end.