When I set JExpress to Automatically find classes on the Classes panel, it appears that some of the classes are not found.

JExpress can find all your classes unless your code dynamically loads classes at runtime. This means that if any of your code or a third party package loads a class by explicitly using the ClassLoader class or by a method such as Class.forName, then you must add that class and the classes it uses to the Files and directories list.

A popular API that uses dynamic loading is JDBC. JDBC uses Class.forName so you must explicitly add any classes or packages loaded using Class.forName to your project's Files and directories list. Also, KLGroup's JClass Chart product uses dynamic class loading, which means you must add the JClass Chart classes, such as jclass.chart.AxisHandler, jclass.chart.JCVersion, jclass.chart.JCChart, jclass.chart.ActionHandler, jclass.chart.ChartDrawin, and jclass.chart.EncoderException, to the Files and directories list.

Applies to
2.0 through 4.0
find classes, dynamic loading, forName, JDBC, JClass Chart

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