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From lightbulb432 <>
Subject Re: Axis2 and Maven
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2007 14:26:30 GMT

So in the binary distribution of Axis2 in the lib folder I see 43 JARs. In my
project's pom.xml will I actually have to specify 43 <dependencies>? Plus
the MARs? That's what it looks like in the 3 pom.xml's you pointed me to
earlier, but I couldn't tell if those POMs specified all 43 dependencies...

In making my project's pom.xml is there any way for me to know what's the
best way to specify the <scope> of each dependency, rather than keeping all
to default? For example, which are runtime, compile, test, provided, system,
etc? Is there any documentation, or has anybody come up with their own
pom.xml's that show this?

Thanks a lot.

Thilina Gunarathne wrote:
>> Thanks for the links. When you do a "mvn package" in your project that
>> depends on Axis2, is the Axis2 JAR that gets put in your local repository
>> ~
>> 14 MB, or is it only 1.5 MB?
> 1.5 MB
>> When I do the maven command it's the latter,
>> but when I download directly from the Axis2 website it's the former, so
>> clearly it's missing all the <module> dependencies!
> Seems like you are talking about the Axis2 binary distribution... You
> cannot make it a dependency as whole to your projects. It is a package
> made for the distribution, not to use with maven...  You will need to
> get maven to download the individual jars & mars (modules) you
> wanted..
> Thanks,
> Thilina
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> Thilina Gunarathne  - -
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