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I am new to Maven and would like to ask for help from expert right here. Actually, I have couple of jar files living at src/main/resources. Right now, I would like to include them into the final project big jar file but in the extracted .class file. Can anyone teach me what I need to do on pom.xml or there is no need to do?
Actually, I have couple of jar files living at src/main/resources
You should never do that. JAR files belong in the Maven repository, not within the source of your application. If the JARs are open source, then they are probably already available in the Maven Central repository. If they are not open source, you should use the deploy:deploy-file goal to load them into your local repository. Then add them as dependencies in your pom.xml. (Alternately, you should install a Mavne repository manager such as Nexus or Artifactory, and place the JARs there.)