How to import java file - in a different directory

Hello Experts,

There is a java class in drive D:\java\shared\, and it's a shared file and I need to keep it in drive D.
I'm working in drive C:\java\project\

so while I'm working on C:\java\project\ I want to import D:\java\shared\

how can I do that ?

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Peter KwanAnalyst ProgrammerCommented:
You may set it in your classpath like this when you build:

javac -classpath .;d:\java\shared

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GhythsAuthor Commented:
but there is a lot of other file, I import them from C:/java/MainLibarry
Would that effect it ?
Peter KwanAnalyst ProgrammerCommented:
That's OK.
GhythsAuthor Commented:
I got the reference to a solutoin from pkwan.
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