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If you do see this entry in the HPCC logs and your jar is included in the classpath, the error is either a) in the import statement syntax in ECL or b) an internal error in your java code causing the problem. See #2 for more on debugging this.

2. You get unexpected errors when running your java in ECL: java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError, etc.

Put a Main in your java class that runs the same code as is being runned via run in ECL. Try calling the jar file from the command line on the HPCC Cluster. (for example, java -cp /opt/HPCCSystems/classes/myjava.jar). Chances are you'll see the same error. If you do, debug the java from here; if the error only occurs when running from ECL, raise an issue at http://track.hpccsystems.com

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