imaffe opened a new issue #535: [rocketmq-connect-jdbc runtime error : 
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   1. Please describe the issue you observed:
   - What did you do (The steps to reproduce)?
   1. run rocketmq-connect-runtime
   2. try to start rocketmq-connect-jdbc source and sink connectors
   - What did you expect to see?
   Run without error
   - What did you see instead?
   2. Please tell us about your environment:
   ubuntu server 16.04 lts
   java 8
   rocketmq-connect: 0.0.1 snapshot
   roccketmq-connect-jdbc: rocketmq-connect-jdbc-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
   3. Other information (e.g. detailed explanation, logs, related issues, 
suggestions how to fix, etc):
   Because it's a NoClassDefFoundError, so I guess it's because `import` and 
`` is not in class path when runtime starts. I checked 
the ./lib of runtime, and found there is only
   # output
   -rw-rw-r-- 1 affe affe  333224 Mar 25 06:25 rocketmq-client-4.5.2.jar
   -rw-rw-r-- 1 affe affe  284472 Mar 25 06:25 rocketmq-common-4.5.2.jar
   -rw-rw-r-- 1 affe affe  134940 Mar 25 06:25 
   -rw-rw-r-- 1 affe affe   63747 Mar 25 06:25 rocketmq-logging-4.5.2.jar
   -rw-rw-r-- 1 affe affe  121105 Mar 25 06:25 rocketmq-remoting-4.5.2.jar
   So maybe add `rocketmq-tools-4.x.x.jar` should solve the problem. But since 
they are all within the rocketmq artifact, I don't know how to find the  
`rocketmq-tools-4.x.x.jar`. I guess `rocketmq-tools` was added recently? Hope 
this helps :)

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