package com.atlassian.jira.functest.config.dashboard does not exist!!!


why does this error always come up and how to resolve it?

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I've only ever seen that when I've written a plugin and messed up the dependencies in it. The resolution is to get the dependencies right.

But that's probably just my dodgy code - there's probably a number of other causes. I'd have a look in the log for other pointers.

The weird thing is that I'm able to import the package com.atlassian.jira.functest.config.dashboard without getting Errors displayed in Eclipse. But whenever I "atlas"-run my Plugin I got these compiler errors.

Do you think including the jira-api and core dependency might be enough for using the above-mentioned package or is there another dependency necessary to get it work? And if yes, how can I find out which dependency I need?

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