MAVEN REPOSITORY DB2 DRIVER

Inside this directory lives the three db2 jars. Here is a simplified vision of this structure: Can anyone suggest what I am doing wrong? Sign up using Facebook. Adding db2 jars to java webapp using maven Ask Question.

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The merit of this solution is that you won’t have to build a maven repository. The solution you are trying to setup use another location for the repository: I’m following the instructions posted in this post Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms mven serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is reposigory to these policies.

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Here is a simplified vision of this structure:. They don’t get packaged. So far I have By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

Sign up using Facebook. I want to use the static in-project repository solution. Maven doesn’t pick them up.

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Richie 1, 7 48 The problem is that you didn’t install the jars properly in your “project-maven-repository” i. Created a folder in my root directory named lib.

That bit confused me. I’m trying to add the following db2 jars to my Java web application using Maven That’s explained in this part of the referenced post:. So, to install an artifact to an in-project repository under repo folder execute:. Use Maven to install to project repo Instead of creating this structure by hand I recommend to use a Maven plugin to install your jars as artifacts.

Inside this directory lives the three db2 jars. Now just tell maven to use those jars. If the jars get packaged and the application works, then I guess you do not have a problem. I your case, the commands to run will be like this: A maven repository have precise hierarchical structure. That’s explained in this part of the referenced post: Mavej as a guest Name. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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Adding db2 jars to java webapp using maven Ask Question. I have no folder hierarchy under lib except the jars.

Another solution would be to download those jars before hand and put them somewhere relatively to your project like lib directory. Email Required, but never shown. I guess these jars do not have a pom. The instructions in the post above say something about x. Here is a simplified vision of this structure: So, to install an artifact to an in-project repository under repo folder execute: Instead of creating this structure by hand I recommend to use a Maven plugin to install your jars as artifacts.