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Hi

I've been trying to install the libaries in Netbeans for PDFBox 2.0.24.  I added the library files shown under 2.0.24 here: https://pdfbox.apache.org/download.html.

In Netbean I right-clicked on properties, and then library, and then the plus sign next to CLASSPATH, and added the six libraries.

Once all the classes are imported, everything looks OK, but then I do this simple test to create a blank PDF document:



The IDE does not show any errors, but when I run it, it gives error of "java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError".  I can't really figure out what to do as there is not much documentation on this and I haven't done much with external libraries before. Can anyone help?

 
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I forgot the details of what's required in which situation, but I generally just download the latest pdfbox-app-xxx.jar file, and that contains everything I need. Certainly the code you showed would compile with just that.

Agree about the scant documentation; I found some useful PDFBox code examples online.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:I forgot the details of what's required in which situation, but I generally just download the latest pdfbox-app-xxx.jar file, and that contains everything I need. Certainly the code you showed would compile with just that.

Agree about the scant documentation; I found some useful PDFBox code examples online.



Thanks. Can you give me a link so I can be sure to use the correct one?

[Edit] Ah don't worry, I found it and used that one. It works now. Cheers.
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