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Not able to execute a maven web project in Eclipse

 
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I am facing below error while running on server in Eclipse:



System Configuration:
OS: WIndows 8.1 (64-bit)
Tomcat: 8.0.30 (64-bit)
Java: jdk 1.8.0_45 (64-bit)
Maven version: 3.3.9 on C:/
Eclipse: Luna 4.4.2

Steps followed:
1. Configure maven in eclipse
  • Updated the settings.xml file with custom repositories path placed on C:\apache-maven-3.3.9\conf

  • 2. In Eclipse:

  • Click Project-->Preferences-->Maven. Selected the artifacts download options
  • Click Maven-->Installations. Added the maven installation (C:\apache-maven-3.3.9) and set it as default
  • Click Maven-->Templates. Below mention Templates are in "Off" mode
    "m2e profile","m2e-wtp activation,"m2e-wtp JAX-RS activation","m2e-wtp JPA activation","m2e-wtp JSF activation",
    "m2e-wtp's specific context root property"
    .
  • Click Maven-->User Settings. Global Setting,Local Settings point to C:\apache-maven-3.3.9\conf\settings.xml
    LocalRepository points to custom repositores path as below:
    D:\Programs\Maven\Maven_Repositories


  • 3. Created a new dynamic web project (project name: OnlineLibrary). Renamed the src folder as per Maven project strucutre.
    4. Right clicked on project -->Configure-->Convert to Maven Project. Right click on the project-->Maven. Selected Resolve
    dependency from workspace projects.
    5. Added required dependencies to the project.
    6. Project Build successful as per Maven clean, build, install process.


    Please help.

     
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