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From Ian Duffy <>
Subject Re: IDE Configuration Issues
Date Fri, 02 May 2014 23:06:37 GMT
There's little need to mess with the classpath stuff. Let the maven handle

Import the project into intellij as a maven project, it should resolve all
redist dependencies. You can add the noredist jar manually via the project
structure options in intellij.

On 2 May 2014 16:07, Alex Hitchins <> wrote:

> Hello All,
> I was hoping someone might be able to help me with an issue I keep getting.
> My builds seem to be working A-OK, I can get Jetty running, build noredist,
> deploy database etc. The issue seems to only be with whatever IDE I use. I
> would like to use IntelliJ IDEA so I've been doing most of my hair pulling
> with the latest version. I've loaded up the project and tried to make
> however have been getting lots of errors.
> It seems that the majority of errors are related to imports statements.
> Using IntelliJ I can 'fix' the issue by selecting 'Add to Class path'. Once
> done, this seems to work and remove that error. I've re-built from the
> command line before & after this process and I don't get any knock-on
> effects. I looked at the classpath file before and it appeared all were
> already there, with explicit links to the jar files.
> After having gone through all the import statements causing errors I now
> get
> errors related to the spring framework. The error says it can't find the
> class file for a selection of objects, first one I see is
> o.s.c.e.EnvironmentCapable. I guess this is something similar to the
> classpath issue above, as the project will compile on the command line.
> Am I doing something fundamentally wrong? What am I missing?
> And help gratefully received!
> Alex Hitchins
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