JAVA.LANG.CLASSNOTFOUNDEXCEPTION SQLITE.JDBC DRIVER

Go to original post. I have read that these files need to be put on the classpath and the java library paths respectively however I am unsure how to do this. Ok I think I have managed to set my classpath and path to c: Package or edit your Mainfest file in your jar to include sqlite. As said before, add the jar File to your Project.

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Xorsist 72 1 2 9. 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 Build Path?

Any other ideas please, I am still trying but any help will be greatly appreciated. Email Required, but never shown.

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I downloaded the sqlite-jdbc I am trying to execute this code from Xerial found here: This content has been marked as final.

Ok I have been following the instructions supplied on this website http: I have read that these files need to be put on the classpath and the java library paths respectively however I am unsure how to do this. Read the “getting started” tutorial and google the -cp option to the java command.

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Done, you should be able to run your app now. Add External jars file step When you use javac to compile the Sample. Go to original post. Assuming you’re using Eclipse or Netbeans – if DriverManager. Any other classpath entries are ignored.

Main On entering this I get sqlife.jdbc different exception: As said before, add the jar File to your Project. Post as a guest Name. 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.

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Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. Also if Sqlkte.jdbc 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? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To get the program to run from the command line, I had to copy the JAR file into the same folder as the. Also, since your on Windows, the path separator in the classpath should be “;” and not “: Exception in thread “main” java.

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Main and changed the manifest file and both of the commands are still coming up with their respective exceptions! JDBC error in Sample.

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java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.sqlite.JDBC

I missed the obvious command line instructions on Xerial’s site for the Sample program. Thanks for the reply. Package or edit your Mainfest file in your jar to include sqlite.

You need to include the jarfile on your classpath, not your “netbeans” project folder. I am really stumped on this one, please can someone help. I also tried the other method you recommended, trying this:

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