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