For that reason you need to load in your jvm/clear your classpath:atmocity tests are designed to load one jar per class. So you need to load bootstrap code and your application (at the beginning and the end). So you can't put your classes, that are needed by JSF in a jar on your classpath, because you need to know their exact names to load them.
If you want you can use the Maven Repository to download it instead of the.rar file: http://search.maven.org/#artifactdetails%7Acom.atlassian.atlassian-ui%7A18.104.22.168%7Amain%7Abundle-all-22.214.171.124703061004%7Ajboss-eap-6-atlassian-ui%2F
some guys over here:\"But what if you don't know what the archive name looks like, or even if it is a.rar archive? You have to download one of into, decompress it, and open it with whatever comes with it.\"
Atmocity.zip is a compressed file meant to be used with a *zip tool. If you don't know what a zip file is, or if you can't use the default zip tool, you can download a zip tool of your choosing and use it to unzip the zip file. 7211a4ac4a