These properties are used to specify a list of directories in which to look for any native
(JNI) libraries used by the application.
You must place the Wrapper native library
Each element has a property name which starts with
It is also possible to get the default Java behavior by requesting
that the system path be appended to the end of the Java library path generated by the Wrapper.
Please read the documentation, associated with the
Library Path entries containing spaces:
The Wrapper will correctly handle path elements containing spaces. This is done by enclosing the final generated library path in quotes. Individual library path element property values should never be defined containing quotes even if they contain spaces.
Some native libraries reference other dynamically linked libraries. Java will locate the initial JNI library using the Java library path, but the secondary libraries are loaded using the default mechanism for the platform.
On Windows, the system will first look in the current working directory
(The location of the wrapper.
Note that placing the secondary library on the PATH rather than in the current working directory has a risk that an old version of the library could be encountered first in the Windows system32 directory if it was installed by another application. This is due to the order in which the system looks for the file.
This problem has been seen when working with SAP's JCO libraries if other SAP applications are also installed on the system.