Lukas Eder k 70 Error Compiling Maven Project. Ashish 2, 2 13 No need to have each developer manually set stuff up in their own repositories. I downloaded the JDBC driver.
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That would be extremely helpful. Hi All, I want to add the dependency for sql jdbc driver. Um, getting eclipse to do this is probably more hassle than it is worth.
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Download the driver JAR from the link provided by Olaf and add it to your local Maven repository with. I ran into an issue: Could not resolve dependencies for project: Dee Mar 28 ’14 at Email Required, but never shown.
For that driver, there is a maven artifact that you can use:.
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For my use-case integration testing it was sufficient to use a system scope for the JDBC driver’s dependency as such:. Could not resolve dependencies. What is the right maven dependency value? Emmanuel Touzery 5, 1 42 So, you will 20005 to download the JDBC driver, and put it in your own repo. Could not resolve dependencies for maven project.
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Well, I updated my answer even before Touzery. Download the driver JAR from the link provided by Olaf and add it to your local Maven repository with; mvn install: In fact, Touzery’s answer is more outdated, because it still refernces a library from sourceforge.
But sometimes, it’s just easier and still appropriate to do a quick-and-dirty job. Jayesh A Lalwani wrote: Please do help me in resolving this error.
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Post as a guest Name. Could you please let me know how do i use the install-file target of the install plugin using Eclipse? With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime. Ashish 2, 2 13 Even after installing the sqlserver jar, my maven was trying to fetch the dependecy from maven repository. I then, provided my pom the repository of my local machine and it works fine after that See my answer below for more details and a much better solution.
First, add a scope tag to the dependency, 20055 should require the JBDC driver only at runtime: This answer is outdated compared to Touzery’s updated answer. But how do I put it in my own repo and use it?
To properly install the JAR in your local repository, use the install-file target of the install plugin: