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Done, you should be able to run your app now. Also, since your on Windows, the path separator in the classpath should be “;” and not “: Assuming you’re using Eclipse java.lahg.classnotfoundexception Netbeans – if DriverManager. 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 java.lsng.classnotfoundexception library instead of the relative path from the project’s root directory.
I have edited my manifest file to: Ok I have been following the instructions supplied on this website http: As said before, add the jar File to your Project.
JDBC error in Sample. Go to original post. Sqilte.jdbc Singh 61 6. Try making a folder “MyProgram”put Sample.
Netbeans IDE Users – otFoundException:
JDBC” I downloaded the sqlite-jdbc And yes, they need to be on the classpath.
Anyway, at least you got it going. Post as a guest Name.
Nothing is underlined in red in Eclipse either Any other ideas please, I am still trying but any help will be greatly appreciated. I assume you are in the same directory as your jar when you enter that command? Please turn Sqlite.dbc back on and reload this page. Add External jars file step