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Can anyone help me with pom.xml file

 
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Hi,
I'm getting the following error

compilation error: "for-each loops are not supported in source 1.3 maven use source 5 or higher"

when i try to compile a maven file.
After a lot of googling i found that i have to update the pom.xml file.
Following is how my current pom.xml file looks like

Now, the solution to my problem is that i have to add the following code in my pom.xml file but my problem is that i dont know where to add this code in the pom.xml file.
Please help if you know.
 
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This topic is not related to MongoDB and needs to be moved to BUILD TOOLS forum. I request any of the moderator to move it.
 
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The plugin tag needs to be added in the parent build tag as follows

 
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