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Maven Project: Cant find Libraries in the Project Window  RSS feed

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I am using the following tutorial to use Mavern to do GIS programming:

In the 5th step it says:

You can now right click on Libraries in the Projects window, then Download missing Dependencies from the pop-up menu. When downloading it will check the repositories we have listed above.

I cant see any 'Project window'. Its a project tab!. Some body please guide me where is the project library.

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I don't completely understand what you are asking for. But if you want to check or add libraries in your project then you can either press ALT+ENTER when the focus is on your project or you can right click your project and go to properties.
Btw, it is always better to define the dependencies in the POM.xml file yourselft, but that is my opinion and it can be subjective.
Anyways, check through above method and reply if you found what you were looking for or not
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The libraries that your project uses are under "Dependencies" in the projects tab. They refer to it as a window because you can undock it from the container it's in.
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I can't see your tutorial, but when Maven is building your project you don't "download the dependencies".

Instead. Maven keeps a cache of dependency libraries under your home/.m2 directory and the Maven build process will look there for the required dependencies.

If the requested dependency is not already in the cache, then Maven will download the dependency and store it in the cache. You do not download it yourself.
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