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Maven error when try to use command "mvn package"

Rogerio Kioshi
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Hi,

I've been getting an error when I try to package an application I got from Internet which uses Wicket framework. This app uses maven, and when I try to execute the command "mvn package" I receive an error:




I downloaded the file "maven-resources-plugin-2.2.jar" manually. Which path should I put this file in?


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Peter Johnson
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Try placing it at:

$M2_REPO/org/apache/maven/maven-resources-plugin/2.2

where $M2_REPO is the maven repository location.


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Rogerio Kioshi
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Hi,

I found this directory:


Is this the maven repository location?

I tried to put the files (both .jar and .pom) inside directory

but I get the same error...

Peter Johnson
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If you are logged in as p012345, and you did not change the default local repository location, then that is the correct path.

Do you go through a proxy when you browse the web? If so, you will have to configure maven to use that same proxy.
Rogerio Kioshi
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Originally posted by Peter Johnson:
If you are logged in as p012345, and you did not change the default local repository location, then that is the correct path.

Do you go through a proxy when you browse the web? If so, you will have to configure maven to use that same proxy.


I don't know if I go through a proxy... how do I configure maven?
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The default maven configuration file is at maven_home/conf/settings.xml.

See also guide to configuring maven
 
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