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java.sql - where are the classes and sources located ?  RSS feed

 
justin smythhe
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Please tell me in which folder are the classes (and their source codes) located ?
I want to peek into the source.

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Folders follow the package structure. If you have the source you can find the class sources.
 
justin smythhe
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Folders follow the package structure. If you have the source you can find the class sources.


java.sql ? I cannot find the folder structure java>>sql>>....in my computer. Please tell me how to get to that folder.
I thought that it would be here - C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\lib. But its not.

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justin smythhe
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The JDBC API is part of the Java platform, which includes the Java™ Standard Edition (Java™ SE ) and the Java™ Enterprise Edition (Java™ EE). The JDBC 4.0 API is divided into two packages: java.sql and javax.sql. Both packages are included in the Java SE and Java EE platforms.


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Usually there's a file named "src.zip" somewhere in your Java download. It contains source code for the Java classes which are documented there.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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