I assume that this question is closely related to your answer in this thread
. There is much simpler solution than writing your own plugin. For more information, please see the other thread.
If you don't need the complexity of Java language and the CTL2 is sufficient for your custom function, you can create a *.ctl file in the trans folder of your project and write the custom CTL2 code in it. You will be able to use such function anywhere in your project. You just need to use the 'import
' statement. This is not clear
from our documentation and I apologize for that.
However, if you still want to solve your issue with the plugin, please answer the following questions.
1. Do you mean the plugin described in this part of our documentation?
2. What version of CloverETL software are you using?
3. What is your Java vendor and version?
4. What do you mean by the internal jetty server? CloverETL Runtime?