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Thread: specify native library in java command line

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    Default specify native library in java command line

    My application is :
    1. packed into 1 jar file
    2. use sqljdbc4.jar
    2. use a native library: "Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 3.0".(use it in Ecplise and it works fine)
    3. run by this command: "java -jar myapp.jar".
    4. use jdk1.6.0_23

    btw: I config all the class paths in the manifest.mf file

    My application is failed to run, since it cannot find the native library. How/where to specify the native library location?
    Last edited by major; June 14th, 2011 at 03:08 AM.


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