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I'm having this weird problem making my project Maven-based. I created a new Maven project in Eclipse and enabled the Dynamic Web facets. But during runtime now it throws ClassNotFoundException because the Maven dependencies are not copied to WEB-INF/lib directory. I even tried adding the copy-dependencies section in POM, but it didn't help.

Someone here seemed to have solved this the right way, but I guess he forgot to mention the solution ::(

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First install Maven Integration For Eclipse WTP (Help->Eclipse Marketplace)

Then in your web project's pom.xml just add:

    <packaging>war</packaging>

After that just right click the project, Maven -> Update Project, which should automagically add Maven Dependencies for you in the Deployment Assembly.

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Right-click project > Maven > Update Maven Project > OK fixed it for me

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Check the Deployment Assembly property of the project. I have seen some mvn eclipse:eclipse generated Eclipse projects sometimes have the assets being deployed to the wrong location. From what I can remember the new Deployment Assembly had some issues with earlier versions of Eclipse 3.6 (Helios).

WAR Manifest Customization, For Maven projects, I found myself having to manually copy the Maven libraries to WEB-INF/lib. We could probably copy these dependencies to� J'ai créé un nouveau Maven projet dans Eclipse et a permis les facettes Web dynamiques. Mais pendant l'exécution maintenant il lance ClassNotFoundException parce que les dépendances Maven ne sont pas copiées dans le répertoire WEB-INF/lib. J'ai même essayé d'ajouter la section copy-dependencies dans POM, mais cela n'a pas aidé.

I just did maven -> update project worked for me.

Maven projects' dependencies not automatically added to exploded , In a war project depending on external jars (retrieved from a maven repo) A record for "Dependencies -> Deploy-Path: WEB-INF/lib" is m Dependencies in "compile" scope will automatically be copied to the target's WEB-INF/lib as part of the Maven build. Dependencies in "provided" scope will not (you would use this for server-supplied jars such as the JSP-api.jar). To generate a WAR in Maven, 2 goals have to be run: "compile" and "war:war".

WEB-INF/lib not added to eclipse deployment assembly settings in a , I'm having this weird problem making my project Maven-based. I created a new Maven project in Eclipse and enabled the Dynamic Web facets. By default, while starting the Tomcat server instance in Eclipse, the project’s dependency libraries will not deploy to the Eclipse’s Tomcat plugin library folder ‘WEB-INF/lib’ correctly. See this “.classpath” file, that is generated by Maven “mvn eclipse:eclipse” command.

Maven dependencies not visible in WEB-INF/lib, maven dependencies not showing in eclipse build path how to add libraries will not deploy to the Eclipse's Tomcat plugin library folder 'WEB-INF/lib' correctly. For Maven projects, I found myself having to manually copy the Maven libraries to WEB-INF/lib. We could probably copy these dependencies to the exploded war's WEB-INF/lib directory (or even create a new artifact, App Engine exploded war, to be used with the App Engine's devappserver) at add framework support time.

Maven dependencies not deployed on Eclipse Tomcat instance, I create META-INF\lib folder in target\classes and I place my jar there, but Showing results for All you need to do is to add the jar as a maven dependency with compile scope in the pom.xml. No need to add the jar under target/classes. The answer is a lot simpler than you think. But before we explore the answer, I should warn you that this approach is not what is recommended by Maven. Maven builds upon consistency and structure and this process goes away from that methodology. In Maven, you can take each of your jars\\libraries and add them to your local repository and then include them as needed in your projects. If you

Comments
  • Try the latest m2eclipse plugin. I think there are two parts to it and it helped me with getting the maven dependencies on the eclipse class path.
  • To make maven play nice with wtp, I had to install the core and the extras from here: m2eclipse.sonatype.org/installing-m2eclipse.html
  • @xecaps thanks, but i had already done this
  • I agree with everyone else's sentiment on this one. The third option is exactly what worked for me and hadn't seen that suggested anywhere else but this post. This works in both Indigo and the recently released Juno versions of Eclipse.
  • This solution ignores 'provided' scope from pom.xml, so in my case I can't add whole Maven Dependencies to Deployment Assembly. Do you have any workaround for disabling some jars from Maven Dependencies Library?
  • After using the 3rd option it works, but if I use the Maven->Update Project, it reverts back and removes the entry from Deployment Assemblies. Any way to work around this?
  • The third option should not be needed, as m2e-wtp should do this automatically. I noticed that whenever the libraries are missing from WEB-INF/lib, manually building (Maven build... goal package) would generate a jar with the libs, but the war that's deployed to the AS via m2e-wtp would NOT contain them. Cleaning, closing/opening projects would sometimes bring the libs back.
  • Eventually I noticed that when the libs are being correctly deployed .classpath contains <attribute name="org.eclipse.jst.component.dependency" value="/WEB-INF/lib"/> for the org.eclipse.m2e.MAVEN2_CLASSPATH_CONTAINER entry. As soon as the libs are gone again, this specific attribute is gone too. It's even visible in the local file history that this attribute comes and goes.
  • +1 That worked for me as well. Without it Maven will package the dependency as a jar and you don't want that, you want that all your dependencies to be packed in a war type file. This has many other effects, read more maven.apache.org/pom.html
  • maven -> update project worked for me as well. seems necessary in Eclipse Luna version