I have written some custom groovy scripts (bundled as Jars) which need to 
access the class jenkins.model.Jenkins

I have my custom JARS installed into Jenkins and they are loaded properly 
(verified through the Jenkins Script Console). However, When my script 
imports jenkins.model.Jenkins, it fails with a NoClassDef error.

I can see the jenkins core jar in /var/jenkins_home/war/WEB-INF/lib but 
they do not seem to be visible to my scripts. 

I am guessing this is either a classloader or a security restriction. 

Any pointers to resolve this would be appreciated.


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