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    Hi there,

    I am currently having a problem when I try to list all of the available files in a directory. The code is based off the sample code that comes with PlugPDF libray where in the refreshList() function, inside the getView() method a new PDFDocument object is created. When it gets to this part, the application crashes with the error:

    java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: No implementation found for long com.epapyrus.plugpdf.core.PDFDocument.openFile(Java.lang.String, Java.lang.String)
    at com.epapyrus.plugpdf.core.PDFDocument.openFile(Native Method)

    I googled this problem and what I could find is that my project may not be linking to the correct .so files but I’m not sure if that is the problem or how to fix this issue.

    I know I have imported in the plugpdf library correctly and there are no compile errors in the project.

    Any suggestions?


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    Dr. Plug

    Hello Raj,

    Thank you for your inquiry.
    Can you verify that the file is correct with CPU architectures?
    The below link will be helpful to check it.

    I hope this will be helpful to you.

    Best regards,

    PlugPDF Support

    #11748 Reply



    Thanks for your reply. I had a look at your link and there is a file for each of the architectures under plugpdf/jniLibs so I think that might not be the issue here.

    Looking more online I found that it could be down to the fact that I am trying to use a native method(specifically the long openFile(String v0, String v1)) found in the PDFDocument class which itself is found inside plugpdf.core. I think when it goes to create a new PDFDocument object and it gets to a line in a constructor that makes use of a native method like openFile, it crashes.

    Any Suggestions?


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