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Hi, I created a maven project and did some coding (yay) which required me to use some libraries that are in any maven repository (:sad
so I imported the .jar files of those libraries and did happily code without Eclipse complaining about anything (except for staying up too late).
then now I'm proudly trying to build my very first .war with maven, I run -> maven build... clean package and then I get a whole bunch of errors saying that
FAILED for project:
/Users/me/Documents/myproject/src/main/java/com/mydomain/myclass/myController.java:[17,36] package org.someother.project.package does not exist
what is wrong? How can this be? I'm in despair, save my friday the 13th
You'll want to probably be able to do this as a long term solution (your local repo is temporary after all). Nexus and Artifactory are two highly recommended dependency managers to try.
jean-gobert de coster
Joined: Dec 04, 2008
Martijn Verburg wrote:You'll want to probably be able to do this as a long term solution (your local repo is temporary after all). Nexus and Artifactory are two highly recommended dependency managers to try.
Thanks for the input, I've hear of Nexus before and will definitely take it into consideration. My intent is to convince my boss and co-workers that maven is good for us, but I need to tame the beast if I want to present it