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where is jai-codec for maven pom.xml

sam White
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Joined: Feb 18, 2011
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I tried to use jai-codec with maven, but I couldn't found its encoder/decoder is available to be used in my project.

Here is the pom part I used:

Now in my source code, the following imports are still unresolveable:

Any suggestion is very appreciated.
Peter Johnson

Joined: May 14, 2008
Posts: 5852

The most recent jai_codec version in Maven Central is 1.1.2_01. You could change to use that version, or if you need the more recent version you will either have to find a repository that has that version (check the project's web site, it might say; also look in the JAR and see if it contains a pom.xml, it might give some clues as to the location). If you cannot find a global repository with it, then you will have to install the JAR in your local repository using "mvn install:install-file"

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