I’m having a problem with a custom change that I’ve written. It includes code that loads a Spring context configuration file that it attempts to load from the class path. However, Spring says it cannot find the file. I’m curious if the class path used by the Liquibase plugin is the same as that used by Maven when it runs the plugin. (This same style of context loading works great for other Maven plugins.) I do have another custom change that seems to execute without problem, but it only uses JAR files on the class path.