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Hello all,

I am new to manven and just downloaded m2eclipse plugin for eclipse. I am working on an EE project and have Web module and EE module correctly set up and I can deploy the ear file to the JBOSS server.

So far so good, now i need to create a Maven project for my application. As I am a newbie to maven and m2plugin for eclipse, I am stuck at how to build a maven project that can be deployed a an ear.

Can I configure an existing project (EE) as a maven project and if not, how can I create project from scratch and have it deployed as en ear file?

Appreciate any help :-)

 
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Have you read the free online book for the m2eclipse plugin?
 
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Oh yeah,I didn't know about that. Just googled for it, and downloaded.

Thank you very much for the help! :-)
 
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You're welcome, I find that their free books (Maven, Nexus and the M2Eclipse plugin) are of a very high quality.
 
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