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JDBC question

Carol Murphy
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Joined: Mar 15, 2001
Posts: 1202
Should the JDBC assignments go in their own package, or should the source files in the videos directory be changed for JDBC?
Right now I have this file structure in my development directory:
Should the jdbc assingments be put in a directory structure like this:
Is there a preference?
Marilyn de Queiroz

Joined: Jul 22, 2000
Posts: 9058
You should stick with the current file structure. However, if you want to save the servlet stuff for posterity, you can change the name of the current C:\java\videos directory to C:\java\servlets either by right-clicking the directory in Windows Explorer or by highlighting that directory and pressing the F2 key. Then create a new C:\java\videos directory for the jdbc stuff.

Alternatively, you can create a brand new directory and copy the current files into the new directory (a type of backup) and then reuse the C:\java\videos directory.

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