I'm not actually trying to have the class loaded. I want it to return
"null" in the EL evaluation as though the attribute is missing.

The "problem" is that I'm seeing a different behaviour in one environment
than another, and it's proving difficult to track down why.

I'm still working on the class path analysis as suggested by Rob S, even
though the class in question should be in the class path in both cases.

Thanks for the suggestion though.


On Mon, Feb 7, 2022 at 7:16 PM Neil Aggarwal <> wrote:

> Robert:
> > Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: package1/Class1 (wrong name:
> > package1/class1)
> This seems to be the source of your problem.
> Java does not like that the case is different.
> Make sure everything matches, including the capitals.
> Thank you,
>   Neil
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