Maven Integration for WTP

The Maven Integration for WTP project, also known as m2e-wtp, aims at providing a tight integration between Maven Integration for Eclipse (a.k.a m2e) and the Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP).

m2e-wtp provides a set of m2e connectors used for the configuration of Java EE projects in WTP, brings unique Maven features to your Eclipse IDE and helps you convert your Eclipse projects to Maven.

m2e-wtp features

  • war project configuration : adds the Java and Dynamic Web Facets
  • ejb project configuration : adds the Java and EJB Facets.
  • ear project configuration : adds the EAR Facet. Supports application.xml and jboss.xml file generation
  • rar project configuration : adds the Java and Connector Facets.
  • app-client project configuration : adds the Java and Application Client Facets.
  • jar dependency project configuration : adds the Java and Utility Facets.
  • web-fragment project configuration : adds the Java and Web Fragment Facets if a web-fragment.xml file is detected.
  • Optional configurators for JSF, JPA and JAX-RS Facets
  • war overlays of workspace dependencies and .war archives, with incremental deployment on server
  • dynamic resource filtering with incremental deployment on server
  • Eclipse to Maven project conversion : maps Eclipse settings to their equivalent maven plugin configuration. Available for all Java EE projects.

Current Status

m2e-wtp 1.1.0 is available
m2e-wtp 1.1.0 has been released as part of the annual Eclipse release train(a.k.a Luna).
Head to the download area and try it out!

m2e-wtp 1.0.1 is out
m2e-wtp 1.0.1 is a maintenance release mainly fixing a few bugs in the overlay component.
Head to the download area and follow the installation instructions.

m2e-wtp 1.0.0 is available
m2e-wtp graduated from the Eclipse incubator to reach version 1.0.0. Moreover, m2e-wtp and m2e are now included in the Eclipse Java EE distribution by default. m2e-wtp 1.0.0 adds Java EE 7 support in Kepler and a few other new cool features.
Head to the download area and follow the installation instructions.

m2e-wtp has a new logo!

Thanks to Leslie York and James Cobb of the JBoss Visual Design team!