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    Question Answered: Desktop Packager with MySQL example

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    Would someone kindly share an example implementation of Desktop Packager with a grid and a MySQL db?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Gil

  2. No, you can use an Ajax call to load data on a remote server.

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    You need a server side script to call to retrieve data from MySQL.
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    Hi mitchellsimoens!

    Thank you for the prompt response. Does this mean my generated exe has to reside in the web server root?

    My assumption is not, but quite frankly, the Desktop Packager examples are so thread-bare and assume so much prior knowledge that I can't help but prompt for additional guidance.

    Am I missing something?

    Thanks!

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    Epic!

    I have it well in hand now. It's awsome!

    mitchellsimoens, Thanks a million!

    Best,
    Gil

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