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From Anders Hammar <>
Subject Re: eclipse plugin has a POM of its own
Date Mon, 05 Mar 2012 07:53:06 GMT
It might be that you're using different Maven versions. What version
of Maven are you using from command-line? m2e (Eclipse) is using Maven
3.0.2+some patches (or 3.0.3 if you've installed the upgraded

If you're using different Maven versions, different Super-POMs are
used with different versions specified for the plugins. Thus, you
should ALWAYS specify the version of the plugins your project is


On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 08:23, sarmahdi <> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply Ron, appreciate it
> The question is that why would i need to overriding your plug-in versions
> now that I am in eclipse, outside of my eclipse i was doing fine and running
> the POM as IS . now that I have ported it into eclipse why are the settings
> different. I know your answer would be settings in eclipse for maven and
> java. but I am only saying that why are they so different or OLD. I am
> thinking that the eclipse maven plugin i downloaded was the older version
> and it is the one making problems.
> but i appreciate your answer.
> I guess you are right. it was confusing me esp because i just started to
> work with maven and it was awesomely working for me.
> Anyways thanks.
> I will post another question for the webappsources location in POM. if there
> is such a thing like that.
> Thanks.
> Syed...
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