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Creating Maven projects [message #573239] Sun, 25 July 2010 13:49 Go to next message
Kristian Sejersen is currently offline Kristian Sejersen
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2010
Junior Member
Hey.

I am currently trying to setup my Eclipse IDE for using Wicket, and thus i want to install Maven in order to make it work. Now from what i understand you need to have Maven in your given Dynamic Web Project in order to add the necesary information for Wicket.

This brings my to what i expect to be a very trivial question. How do i add Maven to a given Dynamic web project ?? :blush:

I have already installed the Maven2 plugin for Eclipse.

I must admit i find the whole setup and installation a bit confusing and what i find on google is usually a bounch of command lines i need to run in a unix system, but unfortunately i am running windows.

I am currently reading the "Wicket in action" book, which has a lot of nice examples i'd like to play around with in order to get a better understanding of Wicket.

Best regards
Kristian
Re: Creating Maven projects [message #573253 is a reply to message #573239] Wed, 28 July 2010 08:51 Go to previous message
Carlos Sanchez is currently offline Carlos Sanchez
Messages: 114
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
From Eclipse with our Eclipse IAM plugin installed you can do

File - New - Project - Maven 2 Project - Maven 2 Project Creation Wizard
and then find a Wicket archetype to use to create a skeleton Wicket project.

Or from an existing Maven project, right click and select Maven 2 - Use
Maven dependency management
to enable Maven in the Eclipse IDE


On 7/25/10 9:49 PM, Kristian Sejersen wrote:
> Hey.
>
> I am currently trying to setup my Eclipse IDE for using Wicket, and thus
> i want to install Maven in order to make it work. Now from what i
> understand you need to have Maven in your given Dynamic Web Project in
> order to add the necesary information for Wicket.
> This brings my to what i expect to be a very trivial question. How do i
> add Maven to a given Dynamic web project ?? :blush:
> I have already installed the Maven2 plugin for Eclipse.
>
> I must admit i find the whole setup and installation a bit confusing and
> what i find on google is usually a bounch of command lines i need to run
> in a unix system, but unfortunately i am running windows.
> I am currently reading the "Wicket in action" book, which has a lot of
> nice examples i'd like to play around with in order to get a better
> understanding of Wicket.
> Best regards
> Kristian
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