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Hi all,

I am integrating code that I've written with code from other people within the same maven environment.
In Eclipse all the dependencies are correctly done. But when I do a mvn -e compile I get some errors of dependency and in the mvn repository. I have no clue of how to solve them as I am new in maven

This is the log that I can see in the console.

Do you have any idea of how to solve this?

Thanks


 
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Hi,

how does your POM look like ?

Are you using a repository manager ?

Kind regards
Karl Heinz Marbaise
 
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The parent pom is this.

 
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Try opening the JAR files (the ones mentioned in the error messages) by hand. You can either use "jar -xf xxx.jar" or a zip utility to open them.

Ar you logged in to the PC as user 'A182231'? If not, have you granted yourself access to that user's .m2 directory?
 
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