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I'm building a spring boot app that uses JavaFX for the gui. For the memberClass I'm trying to make a method that reads the content of a electronic ID and prefills the fields.
First it's suposed to check which os your on and then load the propper lib, but when I execute the could I get an error that the lib can't be found on the classpath, while I'm sure it's there.
Any idea's?


The method:



The Stacktrace:




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I menaged to figure it out. For those interested I'll post the solution. It's real easy. First tip don't use the developpers guide. The sdk sugested dosn't work.
Instead use the commos e-id project. Use the maven dependencies they talk about and build your method using the sample code to build your methods and Tada... Done
 
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Well done sorting it out and posting the solution
 
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