I would like to know which dependency described in my pom.xml brings a transitive dependency in my target directory.
To be more precise, I have the library "poi-2.5.1-final-20040804.jar" in my WEB-INF/lib directory ...
Right now, in Maven2, to exclude a single transitive dependency, I have to do something like:
My project includes a jar file because it is listed as a transitive dependency.
However, I have verified not only that I don't need it but it causes problems because a class ...
I have three modules in my Maven project (this is slightly simplified):
- model contains JPA annotated entity classes
- persistence instantiates an EntityManager and calls methods on it
- application creates instances of the classes in ...
I have a maven project which consists of a few modules. This is to be deployed on a client machine and will involve installing Tomcat and will make use of NSIS ...
This is a novice question.
My project P depends on dependency A which depends on dependency B. My project's pom.xml file includes A as a dependency, and its jar is included ...
After searching and trying a lot of things I need a Maven maven :)
So, my problem is that on my development box (which is Windows 2003) I can build my maven ...
I've just started using Maven2 after using Ant for the last 3 years. So far I like what I'm seeing but I'm still getting to grips with the structure of the ...
I have the following setup:
Master: has modules
A: declares a dependency on
Master as its parent
Master as its parent
has a parent pom which builds ...
I'm trying to determine an approach to the following situation:
There are 3 Maven artifacts: A, B, and C.
B depends on A. (i.e. it uses some of A's code)
C depends on both ...
I am trying to explicitly override a transitive dependencies version, but doesn't seem to work.
I have this in my projects pom
<!-- use no-commons-logging -->
I am developing application that uses Cassandra NoSQL database and I am adding web interface. I have 2 projects: cassandra-access (this project is DAL) and web (this project is web application).
I'm having a spot of bother with the Maven assembly goal. I have a project which has a number of dependencies each of which may have their own transitive dependencies. If ...
I have a property in settings.xml,
fwk.version = "2.0.001"
Other side, a multiproject with two projects, earmodule and ejbmodule.
ejbmodule has a dependency:
- lets assume my application needs foo.jar and bar.jar
- foo.jar needs version 1.0 of c.jar
- bar.jar needs version 2.0 of c.jar
How does Maven resolve this conflict? Which version of c.jar will be used?