|License Type||SaaS & On-Premise|
|Agent Mode||Assess & Protect|
|Main Product Category||Java Agent|
|Sub Category||Runtime Exception|
When starting the Contrast agent, you do see an error containing the following:
 This error often indicates you've renamed your agent jar from its original name,
contrast.jar file name has to match a file that's already inside the jar.
 It might also mean that you're using an OSGi container, like Felix or Equinox, and the agent has been unable to inject it's classes into the the OSGi boot delegation.
 Unzip contrast.jar and open the
META-INF/MANIFEST.mf. If the current file name of the agent does not match the name here, rename the agent to name provided in
 Starting with version 3.5.4, you can try running with
-Dcontrast.automaticbootdelegation, which will attempt to supplement classloading behavior to increase the visibility of Contrast agent classes.