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Cannot find setter nor field in org.apache.maven.plugins.site.ReportPlugin

 
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I am unable to build any reports when I upgraded to maven apache-maven-3.0.1. My pom entry for site generation is as follows



The stack trace for the error is as follows
 
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This seems to be the base error:

>>Cannot find setter nor field in org.apache.maven.plugins.site.ReportPlugin for 'inherited'

That is line 44 in the excerpt you posted. Try removing that line.
 
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Peter,
Thanks for the response, I made the changes however I am seeing the error below. I cannot see what jar I am missing that contains the class?




My pom entry for the site plugin now looks like
 
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You need a tool such as JBoss Tattletale or JarFinder.

Try adding this dependency:




 
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Peter, thanks for the guidance. The following resolved the issue...

 
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