JDBC” I downloaded the sqlite-jdbc Read the “getting started” tutorial and google the -cp option to the java command. That is a runtime, not a compile time error. Also, since your on Windows, the path separator in the classpath should be “;” and not “: Viraj Singh 61 6.
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Sign up using Facebook. Assuming you’re using Eclipse or Netbeans – if DriverManager.
Any help would be appreciated. Then run the following command: Try making a folder “MyProgram”put Sample. JDBC error in Sample. Please type your message and try again. To get the program to run from the command line, I had to copy the JAR file into the same folder as the. I have read that java.lang.classnotfoundexceltion files need to be put on the classpath and the java library paths respectively however I am unsure how to do this.
I changed the class path to: I am really stumped on this one, please can someone help. When you use javac to compile the Sample.
You can not post a blank message. Exception in thread “main” java. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Ok, i have tried what you said: Also if I do manage to get these files onto their paths would the same have to be done on every computer that I sqliite.jdbc to run this program on? Any other ideas please, I am still trying but any help will be greatly appreciated.
Then run the following command:.
Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. I went into the control panel to change the path and used the command java.lanng.classnotfoundexception to change the classpath.
I missed the obvious command line instructions on Xerial’s site for the Java.lang.classnotfoundexceptiln program. Package or edit your Mainfest file in your jar to include sqlite.
SQLiteJDBC Usage – ClassNotFoundException
Hello, I am trying to get java to work with SQlite using the following code: 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 java.lang.classnotfoundexcption path from the project’s root directory.