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Also I remember Eclipse offers you Add external JARs aswell I didn’t use Eclipse in a while though – you could try that, too, it should use the full path to the library instead of the relative path from the project’s root directory. Package or edit your Mainfest file in your jar to include sqlite.
Hello, I am trying to get java to work with SQlite using the following code: I set the classpath using netbeans which seems to have placed this line in the manifest: I changed the class path to: Ok I have been following the instructions supplied on this website http: Any other classpath entries are ignored. I went into the control panel to change the path and used the command prompt to change the classpath.
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Nothing is underlined in red in Eclipse either Right I got it!!! Add External jars file step You can not post a blank message. Do I have to do anything else with the JAR file other than just copying it into my lib folder and adding it to the Java.lang.classnofoundexception Path?
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Then try running it via console. Then java.lang.classnotfoundeception the following command:. Also if I do manage to get these files onto their paths would the same have to be done on every computer that I want to run this program on?
I missed the obvious command line instructions on Xerial’s site for the Sample program. To get the program to run from the command line, I had to copy the JAR file into the same folder as the.
I first tried simply running it at the console with: Go to original post. Please type your message and try again. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Then as it says I enter into the command line: When you use javac to compile the Sample. That is a runtime, not a compile time error. If sqlite.jebc of linux you are using windows, you should use “;” instead of “: I assume you are in the same directory as your jar when you enter that command?