M2eclipse updating maven dependencies
This can be changed in the Maven settings in “Window / Preferences / Maven / Goals to run on project import” (e.g.
you can specify “process-resources” build phase or specific plugins in that field).
To make the same properties work in Eclipse they need to be specified in two additional places: To make both Maven cli and Eclipse use the preferences they would need to come from the Mavenâs settings.xml, but that would require changes in the Maven itself.
Dependency search is using local index for Maven repositories: M2Eclipse is an Eclipse plugin that allows execution of Maven goals and manages Maven dependencies.
Alternatively you can run “Maven / Update project configuration” action from the project popup menu, which is configured to run “process-resources” by default and it can be also changed on the same preference page.
Now, have a look at consumer Banking project properties.
If that JVM comes from JRE that isn’t part of JDK, there is no Java compiler (the tools.jar) around.
To workaround this you can add Also note that to launch Maven from within Eclipse, JRE used for launch also need to come from JDK.
By default Eclipse registers JRE it is started in, but this can be configured on “Window / Preferences / Java / Installed JREs” preference page. Such errors indicate use of non-API classes and those access rules are defined by Eclipse JDT.
You can change compiler settings to not fail on those restrictions in workspace settings in Window / Preferences / Java / Compiler / Errors/Warnings / Deprecated and restricted API / Forbidden reference (access rules) / Warnings; or per-project from Project / Properties / Java Compiler / Errors/Warnings / Deprecated and restricted API / Forbidden reference (access rules) / Warnings M2Eclipse is using Maven .Actually project resource folder doesnât really need to be added to the buildpath (Maven Builder is going to work without it), but it been considered convenient and look better in the Package Explorer and other Eclipse views.