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Maven Eclipse plugin installation

 
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Is there any where i can download the maven eclipse plugin so that i can install it manually without using an update site? The download site for the plugin http://eclipse.org/m2e/download/ only provides information of how to download it directly from the Eclipse IDE but not how to download it as a Zip file.

I need to install it on a Server that has no connectivity to the outside world so i need to download it as a zip archive then install it manually.
I also found out that the Maven plugin comes pre-packaged with Eclipse for JAVA developers but not Eclipse for JAVA EE developers. (Which is the one i am using).

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There is no download that I know of. But here is something you could try: install Eclipse and m2e on a system that has connectivity to the network. Once done, zip up the Eclipse directory, copy the ZIP file to your Server, and unzip it there.

By the way, I assume that the Server has a fully-populated local repository (or something similar), otherwise Maven won't work on there anyway.
 
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Peter Johnson wrote:There is no download that I know of. But here is something you could try: install Eclipse and m2e on a system that has connectivity to the network. Once done, zip up the Eclipse directory, copy the ZIP file to your Server, and unzip it there.

By the way, I assume that the Server has a fully-populated local repository (or something similar), otherwise Maven won't work on there anyway.



Yes the server does have a local maven repository which is managed by Nexus.
 
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Download zip file apache-maven-3.0.4-bin. You can choose the latest version. Set the environment variable MAVEN_HOME to apache-maven-3.0.4-bin directory. create " .m2 " folder and inside .m2 folder, create one more folder called repository. In apache-maven-3.0.4-bin folder there will be conf folder. Conf folder will be having settings.xml file. Copy that settings.xml file to " .m2" folder. Modify the settings.xml in .m2 for proxy settings. set the environment variable M2_REPOS to " .m2 " folder. Run the mvn --version command from command prompt to check whether maven installation from zip file is correct or not.
 
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Dipti, you misunderstood Ziggy's question. The question was how to install the m2e plugin, not how to install Maven.
 
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