Shiv Vishwakarma wrote:Hi Peter,
It is not about the third party jars, it is about the some application jars that were developed internally long back, and now we do not have the source code. All we have is just the jars that are used in the current application that we are trying to mavenize.
Can you please tell if there is a way we can place these jars in the application source code, and make our pom.xml to refers to these jars. That way we can avoid installing these jars in any repository and can use them in project also.
I think using system path we can do something like this, but I am not getting how to use it.
Any help or suggestions is highly appreciated.
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