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Another IntelliJ IDEA Question when using JDBC  RSS feed

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I have a java project loaded into IntelliJ IDEA. The code requires JDBC and so I downloaded and unzipped the sqljdbc_6.4.0.0_enu file into the recommended directory, "C:\Program Files\Microsoft JDBC Driver 6.4 for SQL Server". This creates the jar files:

  • mssql-jdbc-6.4.0.jre7.jar
  • mssql-jdbc-6.4.0.jre8.jar
  • mssql-jdbc-6.4.0.jre9.jar

  • in the directory, "C:\Program Files\Microsoft JDBC Driver 6.4 for SQL Server\sqljdbc_6.4\enu". And so, now, how do I make use of all this in my project in IntelliJ IDEA? And if I later put all my java code into Git Hub, how can I ensure that another user will have code that will compile and link? Will I have to include the .jar file in Git Hub somehow?

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