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Artifacts not avilable after converting to maven project

 
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i had Dynamic web app which was not maven project . And it was running in Jboss runtime environment . i converted it into maven project using eclipse . now i am getting Artifact missing error like shown below .

can i remove this dependencies form pom.xml since java build path is using jboss 7.0 runtime libraries
 
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What is the full text of the error message?
 
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I have attached the screen shot with error please take a look at it and help
AritfactError.png
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error screen shot
 
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The error is telling you that it can't find the jar file in the Maven Repository.  I searched it, and sure enough, there is no jar with the version number you have for javax.activation.  Try:



A note about screen shots: they are usually frowned upon here, but in your case I think it was necessary.
 
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