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Getting Error in To Custom Pass

Hello Experts,

I have written a To Custom Pass in which I am trying to write a user in a file using JAVA class.

As per my knowledge I have defined the PassType, Parameter & Value correctly but when I ran that job got following error. I am using SAP IDM 7.2 SP10.

Running pass failed to load class HelloWorld


I have already added DirectoryPath of HelloWorld class in CLASSPATH also.

Attached the relevant screenshots for reference.

Could you please help me to fix this error.


Chandan Kumar

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2015 at 01:32 PM

    HI there,

    What's in the class?


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    Posted on Dec 04, 2015 at 01:02 PM

    Hi Dominik,

    I have read your article on custom Java connectors. I have just started to write my own custom connector.

    I have been unable to find any Javadocs that describe the classes in DSE.jar, specifically the FromCustom class. I can see you have described the class methods in the article. Do you know if there exists official Javadoc for this class and if so, where can I find it ?


    Thomas Christensen

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