How-to articles, tricks, and solutions about JAVA-NATIVE-INTERFACE

Eclipse reported "Failed to load JNI shared library"

If you see the error "Failed to load JNI shared library" when starting Eclipse, it means that the Java Native Interface (JNI) library required by Eclipse cannot be found or loaded.

Failed to load the JNI shared Library (JDK)

This error can occur when you are trying to run a Java program and the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) cannot find the required shared libraries. There are a few different causes of this error and a few different things you can try to fix it:

How can I tell if I'm running in 64-bit JVM or 32-bit JVM (from within a program)?

To determine whether you are running in a 64-bit JVM or a 32-bit JVM from within a Java program, you can use the system property.