Hello can you explain it to me, why is it instead of using
com.mysql.jdbc.Driver I got an error
Loading class com.mysql.jdbc.Driver. This is deprecated. The new
driver class is com.mysql.cj.jdbc.Driver. The driver is
automatically registered via the SPI and manual loading of the driver
class is generally unnecessary.
Your help is much appreciated
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It isn’t an error; it is a warning (or advisory) message resulting from a
call. Your code continues to run despite the message.
It is mainly telling you that the name of the driver class has changed to
com.mysql.cj.jdbc.Driver. So, instead use:
It is also letting you know that since Java 6 (JDBC 4.0) it is usually not necessary to manually load the driver class using
Class.forName anyway, because JDBC is now able to load the correct driver itself (provided that the driver .jar is available on the class path).
I had the same problem in my Spring Boot application.
I added new parameter to my ‘application.properties’ file:
And this solved my problem.