Add External jars file step Ok I think I have managed to set my classpath and path to c: Go to original post. JDBC” I downloaded the sqlite-jdbc Please type your message and try again.

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Sign up using Facebook. Ok I have been java.kang.classnotfoundexception the instructions supplied on this website http: Main and changed the manifest file and both of the commands are still coming up with their respective exceptions!

I changed the class path to: When you use javac to compile the Sample.

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Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued java.lang.cpassnotfoundexception of the website is subject to these policies. I am trying to execute this code from Xerial found here: Sqlote.jdbc up or log in Sign up using Google. I am really stumped on this one, please can someone help.


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JDBC error sqoite.jdbc Sample. Ok, i have tried what you said: 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. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled.

Yash Bansal 46 6. That is a runtime, not a compile time error.

java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.sqlite.JDBC

Nothing is underlined in red in Eclipse either I missed the obvious command line instructions on Xerial’s site for the Sample program. This discussion is archived.

This content has been marked as final. Assuming you’re using Eclipse or Netbeans – if DriverManager. Package or edit your Mainfest file in your jar to include sqlite.

SQLiteJDBC Usage – ClassNotFoundException

I also tried the other method you recommended, trying this: If instead of linux you are using windows, you should use “;” instead of “: Right I got it!!! And yes, they need to be on the classpath.


I assume you are in the same directory as your jar when java.lang.classnotfoundexceptioj enter that command?

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Xorsist 72 1 2 9. JDBC” I downloaded the sqlite-jdbc Read the “getting started” tutorial and google the -cp option to the java command. Try making a folder “MyProgram”put Sample. Then as it says I enter into the command line: I first tried simply running it at the console with: Did java.lwng.classnotfoundexception run the program within the IDE or did you compile it to.