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Help on basic maven configuration...

Karl Krasnowsky
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So I'm going through a tutorial that states:



I do have maven configured and running, but into which pom (or other configuration file) am I supposed to inject this?

thanks in advance for any feedback...
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The pom for your project that you are using Struts 2 with.


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Tim Holloway
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In other words, just copy and paste the sample dependency XML you've got there into your Struts project's pom.xml file.

Incidentally, I think there's probably a Struts project archetype, if you're starting from scratch. That will save some time.


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