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From Anders Hammar <>
Subject Re: Eclipse multi-module project with maven
Date Tue, 09 Nov 2010 13:59:49 GMT
You should create one aggregating Maven project, which is a pom project
which lists your three modules (api, batch, and web).
Then, in the sub-folders stated by your module names, create the Maven
projects that will be creating your jars.

So, in total you will have four Maven projects. This is what's called a
multi-module project which is explained in many places on the Internet.


On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 14:37, jeb001 <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm a new user of maven.. I've seen part of response at my question, but
> never exactly got
> what I expect.
> So, before introducing maven into my project, I had 3 differents projects.
> The Api, a batch project, and a web project.
> Both web and batch project needs the api.jar to compile.
> So, I've made a maven project including my API project.
> In the pom.xml, I just added 2 modules (web and batch).
> I understood that with maven, it's better to include the project'son into
> the parent.
> I've got now one project including web and batch project.
> It's seems to work, when I build it, the batch project make a jar file, and
> the web one make a war file.
> The problem is right here : both sons project are not compiled. Maybe
> should
> I add them to the eclipse build path ? I don't really know what' the way...
> Thx for your help
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