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Using Maven in my project

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Hello ,

We have a spring project to our bank client which is working without maven. We developed it using Spring MVC.

Now we are on client side for providing a daily ears for the fixed issues.

We have team member who get latest from SVN repository into RSA , creating an ear file , send it to deployment team who inject it on WebSphere application server

I know a little above maven since I didn't use it before. I know about pom.xml file that add project's dependencies.

How Maven will help me in such situation ?
Also what I need to do to make my projects working with Maven ?
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mvn can build the ear file for you and manage the versions of the ear's modules and dependencies.
It can also do releases, which is automation of creating a tag (an immutable version) in your artifacts repository which helps say if you have to do a prod fix while other work is currently going on the main code base.
You would have to through some tutorials (posting in these forums if you get stuck) to start using maven in your projects.

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