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I get weird errors about my comments when i try to compile my code using Java 8 and maven 3.2.3
The problem is your HTML comment contains the line 0 < y < exp(-2) the less than symbol < is also the start of HTML tags so Javadoc thinks you are trying to make another HTML tag. if you replace the less than sign with &lt; then it should work 0 &lt; y &lt; exp(-2) Alternatively, you can use the {@code } javadoc tag to wrap your equations instead of <tt>. The code

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How to run Selenium + Maven tests on specific browser which is mentioned in pom.xml?
You can define your browser configuration in testNG.xml(exactly as you mentioned ) and simply kick start it using pom.xml. You don't need to mention any browser specific details in POM.xml.I believe maven simply executes your testNG file with whatover configuration provided unless it requires an external libs/jars. If you are facing any specific issues/errors while doing the same then share the

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I get an error downloading javax.media.jai_core:1.1.3 from maven central
The problem is at this moment that maven-central doesn't have the .jar, that is a dependency from geotoolkit If you need it, you could use the next public repositories: http://maven.geotoolkit.org http://download.osgeo.org/webdav/geotools

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How to add repos in the list of indexed repo in Intellij IDEA?
That must be because you don't have maven correctly configured. Verify if you have the correct configuration in your /.m2/settings.xml For more info see http://maven.apache.org/settings.html

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How to get restful api using maven in CAS?
Disclaimer: I'm the Chairman of CAS and founder of CAS in the cloud (https://www.casinthecloud.com). The official REST doc for 3.5.x is: https://wiki.jasig.org/display/casum/restful+api and the one for 4.0 is: http://jasig.github.io/cas/4.0.x/protocol/REST-Protocol.html. And: http://jasig.github.io/cas/4.0.x/installation/Maven-Overlay-Installation.html. It should be straightforward: you need a

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Is there any way to skip the step "Resolving dependencies" when do mvn build
Once you build your project, i.e. you hit the install lifecycle phase, Maven will have the dependencies pasted under your local repository. Unless you force dependencies reloading, Maven will go for an offline installation since all dependencies are there (that is the main purpose of saving artifacts locally). That is the second build should be faster and straightforward. If you are working with

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which repository will maven choose inside settings.xml
It is using both of them. There is a certain order which repository maven looks first, what next and so on. If Maven fails to download artifact from the first repo, it will try download it from the next repo. Maven looks repositories first from settings.xml, then project's pom.xml and lastly parent pom's repositories. Also, order of declared repositories matter. In this example, maven looks codeha

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How to use the jar files from Maven Central Repository?
Maven is tool for managing dependencies. If you want to create new application that depends on some library, you should speficy it on pom.xml like this. Then maven download it from Maven Central or somewhere and you can build your application. <dependency> <groupId>org.javafxdata</groupId> <artifactId>datafx-core</artifactId> <version>1.0</versio

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ScalaTest for Scala 2.11.4?
http://www.scalatest.org/download there's all the configuration examples,for you I think this is suitable Here's the code for your Maven POM (for Scala 2.11.0+): <dependency> <groupId>org.scalatest</groupId> <artifactId>scalatest_2.11</artifactId> <version>2.2.4</version> <scope>test</scope> </dependency> and why don'

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while importing Maven project adding .iml files to SVN source control
The iml files are used by intellij to store module specific settings and other information relating to the module. Usually teams do not add *.iml files to svn. Typically these files change rapidly, and for no important reason, meaning that if you perform something as simple as a search you'll change the iml file and you'll have a difference with the repo that'll need to be submitted or reverted, a

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What is under in pom.xml for?
The <scope> element can take 6 value: compile, provided, runtime, test, system and import. This scope is used to limit the transitivity of a dependency, and also to affect the classpath used for various build tasks. compile This is the default scope, used if none is specified. Compile dependencies are available in all classpaths of a project. Furthermore, those dependencies are pro

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Does maven enforcer ignore dependencyManagement section?
Tl;dr: dependencyManagement overrides the version of transitive dependencies All the credit for this answer goes to Andy Dennie whose blog post I stumbled upon: http://andydennie.com/2012/08/02/maven-enforcer-plugin-vs-dependencymanagement/ dependencyManagement does two things - one of which is well known and the other is rarely mentioned. Set a default version for dependencies in submodules/c

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Maven: build another war-project when current project has been built
You have two options: Convert the two projects into Maven modules (i.e. copy them as folders into a Maven project) and then add this to your POM: <modules> <module>A</module> <module>B</module> </modules> Longer explanation: http://books.sonatype.com/mvnex-book/reference/multimodule.html Use a CI server with two jobs (one for A and one for B) and us

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Error while building Maven mvn clean install
you need to add the artifact: com.c:RXTXcomm:jar:2.2 (groupId: com.c / artifactId: RXTXcomm / version: 2.2) to your local maven repository. It seems that is one of your own artifacts? And not one available in Maven Central. Usually a mvn clean install (with not errors) will put it in your local repository. If that is an artifact is in a company repository try deleting the folder in your local rep

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Mvn clean install tomcat7:deploy fails with "invalid byte tag in constant pool"
I got the following error when I used aspectj-maven-plugin version 1.2 and version 1.6.1 for the aspectj dependencies with java 1.6. [ERROR] Internal compiler error org.aspectj.apache.bcel.classfile.ClassFormatException: File: 'java/lang/CharSequence.class': Invalid byte tag in constant pool: 18 at org.aspectj.apache.bcel.classfile.ClassParser.readConstantPool(ClassParser.java:192) at org

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Primefaces hello world
According to bootstrap theme need bootstrap.jar, so you pom.xml should be <dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>javax</groupId> <artifactId>javaee-web-api</artifactId> <version>6.0</version> <scope>provided</scope> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId>org.primefaces</

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pax-exam: are the tests running inside of a bundle?
Are the tests running inside of a bundle: yes Pax Exam creates a TinyBundle for the Unit test itself. But it doesn't add extra dependencies on any bundle declared in the config method. If you want to make sure those packages are imported you can alter the way the TinyBundle is build. @ProbeBuilder public TestProbeBuilder probeConfiguration(TestProbeBuilder probe) { // makes sure the generat

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Including log4j2 into Maven project: how to get the YamlConfigurationFactory to see its dependencies
I'm not really a maven user, but I think the issue here is that the YAML support is an optional feature, so it doesn't get pulled in automatically by specifying the log4j dependency. The Log4j Runtime Dependencies page lists the Jackson YAML data format as the (only) dependency required for YAML configuration support. Quoting the maven dependency snippet from there: <dependency> <group

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IntelliJ 14 maven compilation issues
Disable the Maven 3 checkbox in "Settings | Maven | Importing". You may then need to change the POM by adding a blank line and reimport. This advice was taken from a previous problems reported when upgrading from ver 12 to 13. Thanks to user SchraderMJ11

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Maven compile error ProjectBuildingException
Scope parameter for junit dependency can only have values - compile, runtime, system. This indicates to Maven that the dependency will be provided at runtime/compile/system by its container or JDK. Try removing scope or give valid value.

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Ivy dependency primefaces 3.5 will not resolved
You'll have to add that repository as Ivy resolver. If you don't have it yet, create ivysettings.xml with something like this inside <ivysettings> ... <resolvers> <ibiblio name="primefaces" root="http://repository.primefaces.org" m2compatible="true" /> </resolvers> ... </ivysettings>

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Maven build war package, replace properties in context directory under WEB-INF
The maven war plugin allows you to add resource folders. see "webResources": http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-war-plugin/examples/adding-filtering-webresources.html I think that should simplify a few things.

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Maven multi project
You should use <packaging>ear</packaging> instead of pom. It will force maven to use maven-ear-plugin on package phase (so you don't need to provide any executions of this plugin). You could find simple example here: Maven EAR Plugin Example

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Install Maven on Ubuntu
First search for Maven package.... For that run this command in terminal.. apt-cache search maven Then install... sudo apt-get install maven And at last for verification... mvn -version Hope this will help you.... ;)

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What is "${env.M2_HOME}" and how do I set it?
It's the M2_HOME environment variable. export M2_HOME=/path/to/maven Or since you're on Windows (sorry): set M2_HOME=c:/path/to/maven

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JSF & Richfaces/Primefaces - Maven - Netbeans 8.0.1 - Glassfish 4.1
I had the same problem with Wildfly 8.2. My solution was to "downgrade" jsf. Please, see Upgrad to Wildfly 8.2 with error

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Execute custom action before Spring Boot Plugin repackage
As you suspected, Spring Boot uses a fresh copy of the jar files. There's no way to change that behaviour. I think your best bet may be to perform the obfuscation after the repackaging has been performed. You haven't said which obfuscation tool you're using, but Proguard can be run against an existing archive using its <injar> and <outjar> configuration settings.

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Nexus Issue while trying to Upload Snapshots into Nexus Snapshot repository
The nexus manager has default snapshot repository, which is where your organization will publish internal snapshots. Your deploy cannot find distributionManagement of snapshotRepository, so the error will occur like your question. Therefore, you should set snapshotRepository for deploy your snapshot artifacts. The example is shown below. pom.xml <distributionManagement> <repository&

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How to run two profiles in one maven command?
Try to change the configuration for maven-surefire-plugin in both profiles like this: <build> <plugins> <plugin> <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-surefire-plugin</artifactId> <version>${maven.plugin.surefire.version}</version> <configurat

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Moving to hbase 0.98.1-cdh5.1.3
I solved this by changing the pom dependency from hbase to -sub-jars- like hbase-client, hbase-server and so on. These sub jars are available. Happy running with hbase!

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Add maven repo without requiring index
I see no way to skip creating that index. All used repositores are indexed to enable auto-complete for editing pom files (suggest groupId, artifactId and versions). See Settings->Maven->Repositores for indexed Maven repositores. there is no option to remove index. You can just update it. To make that index smaller you could: create your own repository (Nextus or Artifactory), containing

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What is the difference between SureFire JUnitCore and JUnit4 Runners
First i wouldn't defined the surefire-junitXXX manually. Better let surefire do it's job. Furthermore an excerpt from the docs: (TestNG/JUnit47 provider with JUnit4.8+ only) Excluded groups. Any methods/classes/etc with one of the groups specified in this list will specifically not be run. For JUnit, this parameter forces the use of the 4.7 provider This parameter is ignored if the suite

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How is a war file created for spring boot with maven?
There are two main changes that you need to make in the pom. The first is to change the project's packaging type to war: <groupId>org.springframework</groupId> <artifactId>gs-convert-jar-to-war</artifactId> <version>0.1.0</version> <packaging>war</packaging> The second is to add a dependency on spring-boot-starter-tomcat and mark it as provided:

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Extract current folder name within maven pom.xml file
@guymi, Seems like you should be able to simply use ${project.artifactId} or perhaps ${parent.artifactId}. EDIT Or does your artifactId name disagree with the directory it's stored in? If so, that's possible but not good practice and should be avoided.

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Does Ingenieux beanstalk plugin support AWS4-HMAC-SHA256
Yes it does, using the 1.4.0 SNAPSHOT. The main developer says this will be turned into a release soon. See https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/beanstalker-users/c6GeuA3NA6U for discussion on this topic.

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How to generate maven site automatically during a build
Add the site plugin to the pom's <build> with an appropriate goal to run during a phase of your choice. <plugin> <artifactId>maven-site-plugin</artifactId> <executions> <execution> <id>site deploy</id> <phase>your_choice_of_phase</phase> <goals> <goal>site</goal> <goal>dep

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What is correct Maven scope of findbugs annotations?
Yes, you can safely exclude this library. It contains only annotations which do not need to be present at runtime. Take care to have them available for the FindBugs analysis, though. Note that you should also list jsr305.jar, like this: <dependency> <groupId>com.google.code.findbugs</groupId> <artifactId>annotations</artifactId> <version>2.0.3</

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What is the necessity of declaring in Maven POM file?
the error is from the assembly plugin which is not directly related to the packaging. the packaging defines the type of artifact produced by maven (in general: one pom.xml one artifact - there are exceptions to this rule, e.x. sources jars or javadocs). the default is "jar". so if you do not specify anything maven will create a jar file. The other available values for packaging should be a bit

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Maven Tags doubts
I think you want to know some basic things about MAVEN project. Like how to Create a maven project. How is its directory Structure,etc. Let me help you with it. New Maven Project Give some name,select type of packaging from dropdown(jar/war/pom) Once project created add to your POM file. Write web.xml(dispatcher servlet)(src->main->webapp->WEB-INF) Write you Code in some package. You need M

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