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For my module cloudinary_storage_db I have a cloudinary_storage_db.services.yml with the following:

services:
  cloudinary_storage_db:
    class: Drupal\cloudinary_storage_db\CloudinaryStorageDb

There is a matching CloudinaryStorageDb.php file in my module's src directory. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to load, and class_exists('CloudinaryStorageDb') returns false. What am I missing here? I've tried clearing caches multiple times to no avail. How can I force it to load the file? Do I have to do an include - thought the autoloading eliminated that?

The class file contains this:

<?php
namespace Drupal\cloudinary_storage_db;

use Drupal\cloudinary_storage\CloudinaryStorage;

/**
 * Implements cloudinary storage with database.
 */
class CloudinaryStorageDb extends CloudinaryStorage {
...
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    Are you injecting this service anywhere or calling it with the global Drupal service container?
    – Kevin
    Aug 8 '16 at 20:11
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    class_exists('CloudinaryStorageDb') won't find a class because the parameter is not using the full namespace. You would need to try class_exists('\Drupal\cloudinary_storage_db\CloudinaryStorageDb')
    – mradcliffe
    Aug 8 '16 at 20:13
  • Also, see: drupal.org/node/2133171
    – Kevin
    Aug 8 '16 at 20:37

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