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Old July 24th, 2003, 12:33 PM
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Default register JDBC for sql server

I want to java to SQL server. I alse install jdbc for SQL server. The next step is register it. but i don't know where the CLASSPATH is

Please tell where i can found it. Thanks

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Can u please let us know about the operating system, you are working on.

If u are running on Win2000, u can find the Classpath by right clicking the My Computer on the Desktop, select Properties, then a dialog box appears, in the dialog box goto the Advanced tab, there u should find Environment Variable, and that is the place u can edit the classpath for ur system.

If u r running other that Win2000, probably u will have to edit in the AutoExec.bat file.




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