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to install maven in RAD for code coverage.

 
sowndarya kuppuswamy
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I am trying to install maven in RAD for the code coverage. please anybody help me how to do this???
 
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Sowndarya!

I haven't the faintest idea what Maven has to do with code coverage, although a Maven build using jMockit can create a coverage report.

There should be a copy of Maven already built into RAD. At least, there appears to be one in Eclipse.
 
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Sowndarya,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

Maven isn't a code coverage tool. You could just install emma for code coverage. In fact, using Maven for code coverage is overkill because you need to completely change your project structure and dependency list.

Tim: Maven does not come in RAD as of 7.5. You need to install =http://www.sonatype.org/m2eclipse/M2Eclipse to get it. Incidentally, it only comes with Eclipse if you choose the Java version. The JEE version does not.
 
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