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Having the jar in the system folder doesn't install said jar into the class path. The system folder is just a flat file Maven Repository.

You'll need to using Bundle install command to put that jar into your running container's class path.

If the JMS jar is not an OSGi bundle, than you'll want to use bundle:install wrap:mvn:bundleCoordinates