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Since you said you are new, I will suggest you always check the FAQ's before posting and also to learn more about the product.
This one FAQ may help you:
Well I already did that,
the thing is it works perfectly fine using NetBeans but gives same errors as mentioned using Eclipse IDE, I am totally confused here :(
I would try to search in this forum as there are several posts related to this and using Eclipse.
I would search for java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: and review some of the suggestions there.
One such post:
Re: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no db_java-4.5 in java.library.path
I believe that Eclipse takes over the environment when it comes to LD_LIBRARY_PATH (linux) and PATH (windows). You'll probably have to set something in Eclipse to tell it where to look for the BDB XML shared libraries.
I would be greatful if you could tell precisely where to look for as I am new to java
You should be able to use one of the alternatives mentioned here:
If this continues to be a problem after trying the above, then tell us what you did do in Eclipse and also:
1. What version of Berkeley DB XML and Berkeley DB you have installed?
1B. Are there any other versions of Berkeley DB or Berkeley DB XML installed?
2. What OS is this?
3. Show your Windows Path or LD_LIBRARY_PATH
4. Display the directory contents of the directory where you have the Berkeley DB XML and Berkeley DB libraries (including the directory name)
Lots of folks use Eclipse with Berkeley DB XML (I do too) , so you should be able to get this to work.