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Maven & XmlBeans(xmlbeans classes created by maven are not placed in the right package structure)

 
Sangeetha Prem
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Hi,

I'm using xmlbeans to generate some java classes. I'm using maven 3 in my project. I have included the dependency and the plugin details as shown below.





When I run a clean package goal I get compiler errors simply because the classes which uses the xmlbeans generated reference are not found in the classpath. This is because the xmlbeans classes are not compiled into the right directory structure. rather it just places it in the target\classes\aseXMLR30 (where as it should be in the formal structure ex: com.ex.first)

I have googled and read many blogs nothing helped me so far! any replies/answers are really appreciated!

Thanks & Regards.


 
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