Basically the title, is there any good approaches i should look into? Currently i have an idea that gradle task will run docker compose file that creates mysql container and then something like liquibase that creates database and fills it with empty tables , but i’m having troubles finding how to make it real and if this is even possible, and maybe there are other better solutions.
I started modding minecraft with forge 1.17.1 two days ago. I’m trying to connect to a mysql database. First I thought I forgot to add the dependencies so I tried with
implementation files("./libs/mysql:mysql-connector-java-8.0.25.jar") but it didn’t change anything. Then I tried with
Class.forname("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver") but I got a
I need help please.
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