Which repository are you using? I tried with and without dependency for javax. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. I made a progress only up to creating the pom. It happened to me!


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Did not make difference. But after creating the pom. But I think we should update this ticket for someone.

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Could not resolve dependencies for project fr. In my case i tried example from mkyong jsf Can any one tell me what am I doing wrong? First a word about my environment: At the moment, it may be unnecessary. It works for me, thanks.

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I fixed my problem by adding the following repository in the project. Could not find artifact javax. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.



Here is the pom. Thank you for your interest in this question.


Here is my pom. It works for me. Which repository are you using? Gustavo Rozolin 1 5 Related issues might appear after you solve this if you are applying the tutorial: Jta-1.0.1b.jar Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.

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First i had a problem with the ojdbc14 library. Just had to use a lower version of hibernate to avoid another issue. Shouldn’t Maven look first in the local repository, find the library and then skip looking in the central repository?

Thanks, worked for me too! It was complaining that it jta-10.1b.jar not find the ojdbc I tried with and without dependency for javax. Create a new project from pom. Patty 3 18 Please refer below link.

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But then i get another error when i run “mvn install” from Eclipse, using the M2eclipse plugin: I am trying to learn Hibernate-Spring-Struts using the example here. And if it could not be downloaded automatically from m2 repo you should download it manualy you can check this in the repo in folder C: I don’t know why do you need JTA 1.


Isn’t Maven supposed to first check the libraries that are available in the local repository and then eventually check the global repository or any other repository? So when you ran mvn from the command line to install jta it went into one local repository, but when you ran mvn from eclipse it used another location?