Yes, It solved after correcting the module class path to com.lakesidetechnical.AVChat
Eventhough this type of error comes for my other application ModuleOnConnectAuthenticate2. I put two jar files including ModuleOnConnectAuthenticate2.jar and wms-plugin-collection.jar and my module is:
I also restart wowza after putting these jars…Please reply me what i did wrong…
I had a same issue.
When I tested the module on my windows test server, it was ok, but when I tested in linux test server, “Module class not found…” error occurs.
In my case, the problem was not for Wowza server, it was the problem of ftp which I used to transfer module file to the linux test server.
I didn’t recognize that the default mode of ftp client in linux is ascii. With ascii mode, .jar file could not be transferred properly in my case.
After changing to the binary mode, I could not see the errors.
I hope this will help someone.