Postgres JDBC maven dependency not found

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I wanted to include Postgres JDBC driver in my Java application, so I added it as maven dependency. I chose the last version from this list, which happened to be, to my astonishment, hosted by Atlassian. Now I am receiving this error:

Missing artifact postgresql:postgresql:jar:9.4.1208-jdbc42-atlassian-hosted

I also tried an older version that is not hosted by Atlassian, but got the same error! Is there another proper place to get the jar from?

This is my current pom.xml:

<project xmlns="" xmlns:xsi=""
    <!-- -->

What exactly do you have in your pom.xml file?

Should be something like:

<!-- -->

Make sure you're using org.postgresql as the groupId, instead of postgresql.

Postgresql driver not found for maven dependency, Maybe you should clean your maven repository cache or delete the folders manually and retry. Maven wasn't recognizing the new dependency I have added to pom. xml, so I added it through 'Dependency view' from the xml and that did the trick. You need to place a copy of the jar in the tomcat/lib folder. I am running a spring project with maven and I am trying to use postgresql. I've added the dependency to pom.xml, but at tomcat startup, I get the following error: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException

Should be:


Do not put the version. Let Maven does that itself

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Just downgrade the version of postgresql

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PostgreSQL JDBC Driver Maven Dependency, I've added the dependency to pom.xml, but at tomcat startup, I get the following error: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.postgresql.Driver pom.xml� > so when you extract the war where is the postgresql jar ? > > If this is a webapp then it has to be in a specific place. > > DAve > > On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 1:57 PM, John Dunlap <[hidden email] > <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote: > > This is the classpath that maven is using, > > [myusername@myhostname myproject]$ mvn cpprinter:print > [INFO] Scanning for projects

  • Try this one:…
  • Could you please post your pom or dependency?
  • Why are you trying to use a third-party dependency, instead of the official postgresql JDBC maven dependency?
  • Where is the official one, I found this on the, that is a part of my question: is there a better repository/host.
  • is just a view (index) of (and some other non-standard repository, like that one from Atlassian), but to answer your question: it is here:
  • This one worked, but how did you find it? A google search wont get me to it!
  • @AHH, links to Maven using the link…