you need a separate POM that can build a proper Spring Boot jar that incorporates the WAR you built.
Isaac Ferguson wrote:Yes I am building a standalone application but still I would need to generate a WAR. It was a need that was not contemplated at the beginning.
Isaac Ferguson wrote:My intention is to get war of a webservice I have written...any idea, please?
Stephan van Hulst wrote:Have you ever gone through the Maven documentation? I feel that you lack understanding about some basic Maven concepts, and you would do well to review their reference material.
Angus Ferguson wrote:It is just a small web app I am doing as a hobby, with a new tech stack for me (Spring Boot, Maven and so on)...
I am not using this forum for "professional" questions just for speed up a little bit with the basic stuff on this tech stack, it looks like it is not a way to go
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