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using alfresco-remote in java repository service

Question asked by mtielemans on Jul 24, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 25, 2013 by mtielemans
I've created an ImporterJobSPI-implementation bean that I registered for use with the QuartzScheduler. In the implementation, I run a lucene query using code from the SDK's 'AlfrescoRemote' packages, mostly org.alfresco.webservice.

On deploying the code as a jar against alfresco, alfresco won't start anymore with the error 'java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.alfresco.webservice.util.WebServiceFactory'. If I modify the code in any way, it throws this error simply with the first class used from AlfrescoRemote.

I don't suppose I should deploy the SDKAlfrescoRemote along with my code just to run a lucene query, so I must be missing some config here. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find what I miss exactly.