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From Maria Odea Ching <och...@mergere.com>
Subject Re: Dependencies
Date Sat, 26 Nov 2005 02:40:38 GMT
Hi Markus,

Having a central repository for all the project dependencies is one of 
the main highlights
of maven. There are also avaliable plugins for generating ejb files and 
client jars (See
http://maven.apache.org/plugins/). As for filtering, you can use it to 
filter resource files that
you want to include in your wars, jars, etc.

Regards,
Odea


Markus M. May wrote:

>Hello,
>we have a very huge project here. This project consists of many
>"components" or "modules" which have inter-dependencies all over. One of
>the problems we face is, that these modules does change often (e.g. for
>bug-fixes) and therefor we need to update the dependencies
>(version-number) all the time. Right now, we are using ANT 1.6 and would
>like to resolve this issue probably with Maven2. We believe that
>transitive dependencies are the way to go.
>Therefor we would like to store the dependencies for all components in a
>central place, where one could update them pretty easily.
>Also each component generates more then one artifact (one for the EJBs,
>one common and at least one for the client side, and sometimes one for
>the resources - this is needed for JWS). Would this be possible with
>Maven2 as well? I heard something about masks and filters -are they the
>right way to go?
>
>Greets
>
>Markus
>
>
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