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The using declaration
The using declaration lets you use a type in a package other than the package the type was defined in without having to specify the fully qualified name of the type.
Insert a using declaration (after the optional package declaration and before any other declarations) that specifies the fully qualified name of the type. For example:
using com.myCorporation.custom.myCustomAggregate;
You can specify multiple using declarations in a file.
In a file, you cannot specify two using declarations that bring in types that have the same base name. See also Name Precedence.
You cannot specify a using declaration for named objects such as monitors, JMon monitors, and namespaces.
A using declaration can be in a monitor or in a query.

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