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Eclipse Java EE Mars 2 - proprietary jars to Maven project

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I am running Eclipse Java EE Mars 2 - I have a Maven project - I am unsuccessful adding dependencies for* jars which I believe Maven can't find because they are proprietary. I can find these jars on the web and download them. What is the correct way to make them available to my Maven project (which also incidentally uses Spring). I tried putting these jars in a new folder and then tried to add this folder to my Java Build path - but the folder is not visible in the Add Jars dialogue. Perhaps I need to add these jars into my Maven local repository? If so, what is the procedure for doing this?
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have them pom.xml in the root of your project.
Right muse button --> Configure --> Convert to Maven

Then: mvn package (which will download all the dependencies).
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