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Multiple annotations found at this line: <Maven POM>

Karnati Sudhakar
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Joined: Aug 26, 2008
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Hi All,

I just downloaded petclinic sample spring application from this location .

Eclipse is showing the below error in the POM file that came with the application:




Because of these errors,the required libraries are missing on the build path.

Any idea on this?

Regards
Sudhakar
Andrew Monkhouse
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Can you download and install it from the command line?



If you can build it from the command line then it is more likely to be an Eclipse issue.

From within Eclipse I tried this as "New Project" -> "Maven Project" -> "From SCM" -> "svn (with URL)". Everything checked out and built correctly. Zero errors and 62 warnings within Eclipse. I'm using Eclipse Galileo with the m2 plugin.


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Karnati Sudhakar
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Joined: Aug 26, 2008
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Andrew Monkhouse wrote:
From within Eclipse I tried this as "New Project" -> "Maven Project" -> "From SCM" -> "svn (with URL)". Everything checked out and built correctly. Zero errors and 62 warnings within Eclipse. I'm using Eclipse Galileo with the m2 plugin.


I tried this in office and it is working,it gave me around 50 warnings..

Thanks Andrew for your time & reply..
 
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