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external jar plugin malarkey in RCP

prateek urmaliya
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Joined: Sep 15, 2006
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Hello Brethren,

I am writing sample RCP application that will connect to DB and show some very basic reports let's call it FeedEx .
I am trying to connect to the DB I need the driver jar for this and I followed thisCreate a plug-in project for your jar and created a plugin db2jcc.
here is my manifest.mf for FeedEx

and I am able to do auto completion and importing db2jcc class files in FeedEx plugin code,
but when I try to launch FeedEx it's giving me.



Am I missing something here ?
is there any other way of introducing third party dependency in RCP?


Cheers,
Prateek


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