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Wicket: how to deploy and run the examples?

Rogerio Kioshi
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Joined: Apr 12, 2005
Posts: 689

I've downloaded Wicket from:

I've unzipped the file and I see there's a path with examples (\apache-wicket-1.4-m3\src\wicket-examples). How do I run them? I've noticed they use Maven 2, but I'm used to use Ant to build the projects, not Maven.

I tried to use "mvn compiler:compile" command line in the path where "pom.xml" file is located but I get an error:

Maven also builds a package like Ant in some "dist" path? Where do I see where this path is configurated?
The path where I try to run the command is "\apache-wicket-1.4-m3\src".

Thank you

Dave Schoorl

Joined: Nov 19, 2008
Posts: 2
From the wicket-examples directory simply run:

mvn jetty:run

Maven will build the wicket-examples project and start the Jetty webcontainer. You can access the wicket-examples application via http://localhost:8080/wicket-examples/.
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