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From muddushafi <>
Subject Need help understanding maven file
Date Mon, 08 Sep 2008 19:28:58 GMT

Can anyone explain me why we use SCM in the project. And when we build a
project using maven(ECLIPSE) where does the .jar file is formed.
As I was executing this using maven:build, a Folder is formed in my internal
repositroy(.m2), with name atcc-common, But I cant see
atcc-common-security-1.3.4 in it.

How does maven figure out the dependency jars.i.e where do they lie, in  my
personal sytem, or is it located remotely.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!-- the version of maven's project object model -->
    <!-- a unique name for this project -->
    <!-- a short but descriptive name for the project -->
    <name>ATCC Security</name>
    <!-- The version of the project under development, e.g.
       1.1, 1.2, 2.0-SNAPSHOT -->
    <!-- details about the organization that 'owns' the project -->
        <name>Apache Software Foundation</name>
    <!-- the year the project started -->
    <description>ATCC security classes.</description>
    <!-- a short description of what the project does -->
    <shortDescription>ATCC security classes.</shortDescription>
    <!-- the project home page -->
    <!-- the version control repository and http url for online access
       the connection element has the form:
       scm:<system>:<system specific connection string> -->
    <!-- any mailing lists for the project -->
    <!-- who the developers are for the project -->
    <!-- jar files the project is dependent on -->
    <!-- build information for the project -->

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