|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Java] Re: connect would work better|
> But I dont know which files in the configuration of Jaybird will necessaryI really get the feeling you are approaching this the wrong way. You simply need to use the jaybird-2.1.6-full.jar in your project (and/or add it to the classpath).
I get the feeling you are trying to include the source of Jaybird into your own program, which you really should not do. You should use jaybird as a library to your program. It will work without the weird things you seem to be doing.
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