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where to upload mm.mysql. jar on webserver

 
Remo Burkhard
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Hi experts
I developped a mySql DB and accessed it with JDBC. It works perfect on localhost with Classpath set to my mm.mysql.jar files.
My Question:
When I upload it on the Webserver where do I put this.jar file? Does the company also have to register my DB as they have to do with Access DBs?
Do I have to force them to upload the mm.mysql.jar in their classpath?
Thank you and greatings from Zurich
remo
 
Thomas Paul
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The mysql jar file has to be accessible from the application that is attempting to use it. You can put the jar file in the ext directory of the jre if you don't want to update the classpath.
 
Remo Burkhard
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tnk you for your answer. It is almost clear but because I am newbie here dummy question:
Where exactely do I have to put the .jar file,
do I have to put my .jar file in my directory on the server of the hosting company where the other files are?
Or do I have to ask the hosting company to put my jar file into their ext directory?
Thank you and greatings Remo
 
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