|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Java] Re: connect would work better|
> Ok I read you;Then you really are doing something wrong in Netbeans. I think you simply forgot to add the library to your project. Step 1 is creating a user library for Jaybird in Netbeans (which I think you did), step 2 is adding that library to your current project (which I you forgot to do). After that imports should just work. There is never a good reason to need to include the source of a dependency into your own program.
> However I use the source of Jaybird becausa NetBean don't recognize the
> import instructions with only the Jar file....
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