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Use of unexported JVM class in Bitbucket plugin Edited

In the Bitbucket plugin project I am working on I am using  kerb4j-client  in order to establish kerberized connection to 3rd party service.


kerb4j-client  depends on  kerb4j-common  which in turn refers to  class which is the one I am getting NoClassDefFoundError when trying to run the plugin flow.

The  Krb5LoginModule  is a part of JVM and exists in both JDK/JRE's rt.jar,  at least as of the v1.8.0_181 I am using.

I checked the  MANIFEST.MF  from the plugin jar and do see  ";version=0;resolution:=optional"  there

I checked  /plugins/servlet/upm/osgi  on the server but when expanding my plugin "Import Package" section the report around it looks like this:    version: 0, resolution: optional
Provided by System Bundle version: 0, resolution: optional

javax.annotation version: 0, resolution: optional
Provided by System Bundle

Understandably, when looking under System Bundle "Export Package" no  is listed.

What would be the approach to resolve this?

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Approach, is using the last version of spring scanner

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