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From "Christophe Deneux" <>
Subject [maven-assembly-plugin] How to exclude transitive dependencies of an included dependency
Date Wed, 11 Apr 2007 09:02:45 GMT

Hi all,

I use maven-assembly-plugin to assemble my project. My project contains some modules.

A module "myModule" contains a dependency with scope=provided ("myDependencyProvided"). This
module as a
specific packaging (not a jar, war, ...): "myPackaging"

I will wish to add to my assembly this module with only its dependency "provided" (I don't
wish to add all
other dependencies and all transitive dependencies).

My assembly descriptor is something like:

How can I exclude transitive dependencies of an include dependency ? Is it the right way to
build this

assembly type ?

Can you help me, please?

Christophe DENEUX / Capgemini Sud / Méditerranée
Technical Leader
Tel: + 33 4 93 95 55 92 /
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