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Hi everyone,
All my mysql-jdbc drivers are kept in C:\ drive,My JDBC program works only if it is kept in c:\, if i place my JDBC file in any other directories,throws an ClassNotFound Exception.
Any Help Appreciated
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Java uses class loaders to load classes, unsurprisingly. Class loaders must be told where to look for classes, something you do with the CLASSPATH. So, if you want to use a class make sure the file (or jar containing the file) is in the CLASSPATH.
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