java.io.IOException: org.scijava.util.ReflectException: No such class: io.scif.config.SCIFIOConfig;

GitHub | 9037568 | 2 years ago
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    Opening image using DefaultDatasetService causes ReflectException

    GitHub | 2 years ago | 9037568
    java.io.IOException: org.scijava.util.ReflectException: No such class: io.scif.config.SCIFIOConfig;
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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. java.io.IOException

      org.scijava.util.ReflectException: No such class: io.scif.config.SCIFIOConfig;

      at net.imagej.DefaultDatasetService.open()
    2. net.imagej
      DefaultDatasetService.open
      1. net.imagej.DefaultDatasetService.open(DefaultDatasetService.java:256)
      1 frame
    3. Unknown
      ImageScanner.main
      1. ImageScanner.main(ImageScanner.java:11)
      1 frame