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Is it possible to have one maven project calling another maven project?

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  I am new to maven, and I just created two maven projects in Eclipse Mars. One maven project is for natural language processing , clustering documents and such. Another maven Maven project is for displaying the results from my NLP maven project.
Since I am new to Maven, I'd like to know if my Spring MVC maven project could call my maven NLP project ? If it does, then could you please explain to my how you are about doing that?
Many thanks in advance,
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What do you mean by "call"? If you mean call an API, then yes. You add one project as a dependency to the other. If you mean automatically build the other, it depends. You could use a build server like Jenkins that builds them together. Or you could create a script that calls mvn install on both.

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