Also, since your on Windows, the path separator in the classpath should be “;” and not “: And yes, they need to be on the classpath. Yes, I am in the same directory as my jar file when I type those commands. Any help would be appreciated. I am trying to execute this code from Xerial found here: To get the program to run from the command line, I had to copy the JAR file into the same folder as the.
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I changed the class path to: As said before, add the jar File to your Project. Go to original post. Then try running jva.lang.classnotfoundexception via console.
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I have edited java.lang.classnotfoundexce;tion manifest file to: 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? Yes, I am in the same directory as my jar file when I type those commands.
Thanks for the reply. JDBC error in Sample. That is a runtime, not a compile time error.
Sign up using Email and Password. Package or edit your Mainfest file in your jar to include sqlite.
To get the program to run from the java.lang.classnotfoundeception line, I had to copy the JAR file into the same folder as the.
Add External jars file step Please type your message and try again. You can not post a blank message.
Nothing is underlined in red in Eclipse either Main On entering this I get a different exception: For doing so you can follow below steps: You need to include the jarfile on your classpath, not java.lang.classnotfoundexceptioh “netbeans” project folder.
Did you run the program within the IDE or did you compile it to.
Any other classpath entries are ignored. I downloaded the sqlite-jdbc Then as it says I enter into the command line: I have downloaded the jar and the dll file and have placed them into the same folder as my jar file. If instead of linux you are using windows, you should use jvaa.lang.classnotfoundexception instead of “: