Have you tried starting Solr with the "-v" option? That will show you
exactly (in the solr.log file) where every jar is loaded from. Make
sure you are
1> loading the jar at all
2> loading the jar you think you are (i.e. not loading an old version
from somewhere on your classpath).

Copying jar files around is often a source of user error, you can wind
up loading them from someplace unexpected..

Best,
Erick

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