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geo_newbie
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      06-01-2011
I should add I have other Java projects in STS that work fine and the Maven dependencies are included in the Java Build Path.

Also for sia2 the Run->Maven Build works fine and builds the .war

Maybe the difference between this and other projects is that the sia2 was imported (?)
 
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      06-03-2011
On Jun 2, 12:19*am, geo_newbie <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> I should add I have other Java projects in STS that work fine and the Maven dependencies are included in the Java Build Path.
>
> Also for sia2 the Run->Maven Build works fine and builds the .war
>
> Maybe the difference between this and other projects is that the sia2 wasimported (?)


Okay I figured it out: I need to do a Project -> Import

And choose Maven Project

Then it worked fine.

The only small problem I now have is that some projects are not
dynamic web projects so I can't deploy them to a local web eclipse web
server.

Funny that nobody replied. Maybe traffic on comp.lang.java.programmer
is light these days?

Maybe this question suits a better group?

Thanks
 
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John B. Matthews
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      06-03-2011
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geo_newbie <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> On Jun 2, 12:19*am, geo_newbie <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> > I should add I have other Java projects in STS that work fine and
> > the Maven dependencies are included in the Java Build Path.
> >
> > Also for sia2 the Run->Maven Build works fine and builds the .war
> >
> > Maybe the difference between this and other projects is that the
> > sia2 was imported (?)

>
> Okay I figured it out: I need to do a Project -> Import
>
> And choose Maven Project
>
> Then it worked fine.
>
> The only small problem I now have is that some projects are not
> dynamic web projects so I can't deploy them to a local web eclipse
> web server.
>
> Funny that nobody replied. Maybe traffic on comp.lang.java.programmer
> is light these days?
>
> Maybe this question suits a better group?


I'm not a Maven maven, but I commend your follow-up. I like the
colloquial format typical of usenet, but the help-desk style is an
alternative:

<http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/maven>

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