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Maven settings: Need an explaination for Beginer MVN User.

H Paul
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Basically, I used Eclipse Indigo to create a Camel Web using MVN.

I got the error on the pom.xml and not sure what it really meant in terms of setting that I need to do:



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James Boswell
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I would ensure something like your firewall is not blocking Maven from downloading jars.

Another thing to try is go to <your_local_maven_repo>\org\apache\maven\plugins\maven-war-plugin\2.1.1 and check for files called *.lastUpdated. If any exist, delete them and try again.
Tim Holloway
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Actually, that message reads like you're attempting to UPLOAD a change to the master Maven repository, not download it like one normally would.

You'd have to be specifically authorized by the Maven people for that, and they'd only do that if you were a maven developer/committer, not an ordinary maven user.


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James Boswell
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Tim

The original message was:

It is trying to take the plugin from http://repo1.maven.org/maven2 i.e. the central Maven repository.

I am pretty confident this is related to the lastUpdated files.
H Paul
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Thanks to Tim for promoting to an expert.

Thanks to James for that specific solution. It worked now.
Jaikiran Pai
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James Boswell wrote:

Another thing to try is go to <your_local_maven_repo>\org\apache\maven\plugins\maven-war-plugin\2.1.1 and check for files called *.lastUpdated. If any exist, delete them and try again.


Just a FYI - Instead of manually looking for and deleting those files, you can use the -U option of Maven:



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H Paul
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Thanks for your way, Jaikiran: Maven's way.
 
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