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From gkrastev <joro.kr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ClassNotFoundException : org.apache.flink.api.common.operators.util.UserCodeObjectWrapper, while trying to run locally
Date Sun, 06 Sep 2015 11:40:50 GMT
Hi,I'm facing the exact same issue when running a custom Flink interpreter in
Zeppelin, so it's a case of special classloader. I'm adding the Flink jars
to the Scala REPL's classpath manually, so I end up with the following
classloader chain:1. Boot classloader2. App classloader3. Scala classloader
-> has Flink on the classpath4. Translating classloader for the Scala REPLSo
the class is accessible in the vanilla Zeppelin shell. E.g. the following
code works fine:
However, the classloader chain in the Task Manager looks differently:1. Boot
classloader2. App classloader3. Flink's Blob classloaderAnd the following
code fails:
import org.apache.flink.api.scala._env.fromCollection(1 to 100).reduce { _ +
_ }.collect()
because the Flink jars are no longer on the classpath. The question is, why
doesn't Flink pickup the current classloader/classpath when starting Task
Managers, and can I add entries to their classpath manually?
Robert Metzger wrote
> Can you give us some context what you are trying to do?It sounds a lot
> like you would like to develop a Flink Plugin for Eclipse?And that plugin
> needs Flink dependencies?Sorry for asking so many questions, but the issue
> you are facing sounds alot like a) a very special classloader or b)
> corrupt files.I think some more info on what you are doing might help us
> to understandthe issue to give you better help.

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