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Problem with Views in Eclipse RCP

Emad Heydari Beni

Joined: Jan 05, 2012
Posts: 3
My system information:
Ubuntu 11.10
64-bit Architecture
Eclipse (Indigo Service Release 1)
Using jNetPcap wrapper to read network pcap-formatted offline files.

Step by step to face a problem:
  • Open the Eclipse, make new Plug-in Project with "Rich Client Platform" check box enabled. (Default template: RCP application with a view)
  • Right-click on the project and click properties; then go to the Java Build Path to add the jNetPcap Jar file. Add the Jar file.
  • Take a look at the example of reading offline files using jNetPcap which is posted on its website.
  • Open the default view to add some codes. (file: View.java) By default, it has a TableViewer with 3 inputs.
  • I add my codes to this method of this class:

  • Continue: Then, I run the project as Eclipse Application and I see this Error stack in console tab of my Eclipse:

    Help: Please help me, let me know if I missed any part in my project.
    I should mention that I can read Offline pcap files in normal Java Project.
    Source file: MyRCProject.zip - MyRCProject.tar
    Emad Heydari Beni

    Joined: Jan 05, 2012
    Posts: 3
    [Problem is solved]

    I have done two steps to fix the exceptions:

  • According to FAQ, I've done some further steps
  • Then, I found out that I forgot to copy libjnetpcap.so to the /usr/lib

  • Use this command in Ubuntu terminal:
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