No qualifying bean for own plugin class Edited

I've created a JIRA plugin which uses version 2 of Spring Scanner.

It installs and runs fine on 50% of the instances I test against, and fails on 50% which is making it harder to find the pattern.

The error is:

No qualifying bean of type [com.wikistrat.jira.version.service.PermissionService]

Except that PermissionService is a class inside my plugin.

Do you need to use dependency injection for classes which are part of your existing plugin (and namespace)? Any suggestions as to where I can look to figure out why it runs in some environments and not others?

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