Re: [eclipselink-users] Gah! Netbeans, Maven, and EclipseLink
Yes, I also found it a pain to use Maven with EclipseLink at first. But now
things work fine. The trick is to convert the "&" symbol to "& amp;" in the
URL (remove the space in that quoted string--that was the only way I could
get the string to display properly by this forum).
Here's my POM:
Hope that helps.
David Nedrow-4 wrote:
> OK, I've about had it with Maven. I have never had more trouble with
> something that is supposed to make things better (dependency, etc.)
> Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. For some things it never
> works. At least for me.
> In any case, I've asked this before...
> Can anyone confirm that they are successfully using a Maven project in
> NetBeans that is able to pull an artifact and version list (when
> editing the pom.xml) that includes more than just the "eclipselink"
> artifact and the "1.0-SNAPSHOT" version?
> The sample pom.xml entry at http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseLink/Maven
> does not work for me, as the & 's cause NetBeans to mark the
> project as poorly formed. I've tried multiple variations of the the
> URL with no luck.
> If I follow the link and get a static mirror URL to place in the pm,
> NetBeans will poll the server for components, but I only ever see
> "eclipselink" as an artifact and only 1.0-SNAPSHOT is available as a
> version, though it's clearly visible from browsing the repo via the
> browser that multiple versions should be available.
> If nobody here can confirm that this actually works, I'll try the
> NetBeans people next. After a couple of months asking about this on
> various lists, I still haven't been able to get someone to say, "Yes,
> this works for me and here is my pom."
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