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build error when inserting standart multiselectsearcher in atlassian-plugin.xml

I'm developing plugin to enable AUI select2 renderer for multiselect customfield.

As I understang when developing new customfield type it's neccessary to provide searcher for it.

I'm trying to append standart multiselectsearcher by adding these code to atlassian-plugin.xml

 <customfield-searcher key="multiselectsearcher" name="Multi Select Searcher"
<description key="admin.customfield.searcher.multiselectsearcher.desc">Search for multiple values using a single
select list.
<resource type="velocity" name="search"
<resource type="velocity" name="view"
<resource type="velocity" name="label"
<valid-customfield-type package="${atlassian.plugin.key}" key="multi-select-2"/>

but get build error

[INFO] [talledLocalContainer] 2022-05-10 17:07:57,278 QuickReload - Plugin Installer ERROR [c.a.plugin.manager.DefaultPluginManager] There was an error loading the descriptor 'Multi Select Searcher' of plugin 'HCBplugins.CfAuiSelect2'. Disabling.
[INFO] [talledLocalContainer] com.atlassian.plugin.module.ModuleClassNotFoundException: Couldn't load the class 'com.atlassian.jira.issue.customfields.searchers.MultiSelectSearcher'. 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 for more details on how to fix this.

does that mean that I Should add some dependency to my pom.xml or what?



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