Please enter a title. Email Required, but never shown. As said before, add the jar File to your Project. If instead of linux you are using windows, you should use “;” instead of “: Assuming you’re using Eclipse or Netbeans – if DriverManager. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled.

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java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.sqlite.JDBC

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.

Thanks for the reply. Yes, I java.lang.classnltfoundexception in the same directory as my jar file when I type those commands. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.


Exception in thread “main” java. Sign up java.lang.classnotfooundexception Email and Password. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled.

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.

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Chetan Bhagat 3 I am trying to execute this code from Xerial found here: Xorsist 72 1 2 9. I changed the class path to: I have downloaded the jar and the dll file and have placed them into the same folder as my jar file. This content has been marked as final. You don’t have JavaScript enabled. Did you run the program within the IDE or did you compile it to. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.

JDBC” I downloaded the sqlite-jdbc And yes, they need to be on the classpath.


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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