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[protege-owl] Protege Plugin Tab
wqs.ahmed at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 11:35:13 PST 2009
thank you very much for your help but can you please be more elaborative in
your answers. where these driver jar files are ? how my program will
automatically load mysql connectivity driver??? where i need to place it...
please provide some detail...it will certaily help me alot ....thanks
On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 12:21 AM, Len Yabloko <protege at ontospace.net> wrote:
> I had similar problems. A simple solution is to put your libraries on a
> class-path specified in protege.lax file as lax.class.path=
> For db drivers there are already placeholders there called driver0.jar,
> driver1.jar ... SO you can simply re-name your jar into one of those.
> However to avoid conflicts with other plug-ins you should place your jar
> inside your plug-in directory and I think Protege will automatically add it
> to class-path at runtime.
> >hey can anybody tell me how to link external libraries in a protege plugin
> >tab. for example if i have used a sql driver to connect to mysql database
> >how can i link it with my plugin code. i am using netbeans 6.1 for
> >development. code works fine in netbeans but when tab is displayed in
> >protege a class not found exception is thrown stating "ClassNotFound:
> >com.mysql.jdbc.Driver." what i figure is that as i have changed the
> >file generated by IDE that is why class linkage problem is raised. any
> >one more thing, is there any way to mention class path in protege tab
> >menifest file??
> >Waqas Ahmed
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