When I was working in JNI and using native code, actually an in-house library, I realized that java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Library not found
comes mainly due to two reasons
1) First reason, which happens in 90% scenarios is that the library which you are using directly or indirectly (some external JAR is using native library or native dll
e.g. if your Java application is using TIBCO libraries for messaging or fault tolerance then tibrv.jar
library and throws java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Library not found tibrvnative
if that library (the dll
) is not in path. In order to fix this problem, you need to update your PATH environment variable
to include native libraries binary. see last section for more details.