Error: This add-on could not be loaded. It has one or more errors that prevent it from being enabled. Refer to the logs for more information.


I'm trying to load a plugin to JIRA and I'm getting this on the Atlassian application logs.

"com.atlassian.plugin.module.ModuleClassNotFoundException: Couldn't load the class 'com.atlassian.plugin.servlet.PluginServlet'. This could mean that you misspelled the name of the class (double check) or that you're using a class in your plugin that you haven't provided bundle instructions for. See more details on how to fix this."

I have 6 modules on the add-on and 1 of them is not working keeping everything from being enabled. If I just put 5 on the XML, the add-on works, if I put the sixth, the one for the servlet, it fails.


Phil | Developer

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Hi @Phil Dennison Fang , Im facing the same problem. Did you find any solutions?

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