Working with Maven in IntelliJ IDEA



Maven is a software tool that helps you manage Java projects, and automate application builds. IntelliJ IDEA fully integrates with Maven version 2.2 and later versions, allowing you to create or import Maven modules, download artifacts and perform the goals of the build lifecycle and plugins.

https://www.jetbrains.com/help/idea/2017.1/maven.html

Category: Building Projects

23 thoughts on “Working with Maven in IntelliJ IDEA”

  1. This all is why I will quit my job..
    It's simply too complicated
    Learning curve is too steep and I can't do my job..

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  2. Why there is an error when I add junit version 4.12 dependency.
    Error is 'Dependency junit:junit:4.12' not found. I tried other versions as well. Getting same error. Please help.

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  3. I have recently shifted from windows to Mac. Could any one please help me identify where I can find my local maven repository(.m2 equivalent in mac).
    Also would I need to install Maven separately for local repository or maven plugin within IntelliJ Idea would be sufficient?(I'd also like to know the path of maven local repository in this case as well.)

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  4. here you can find out how to launch a JHIPSTER MAVEN project from IntelliJ community : https://stackoverflow.com/questions/38019094/how-to-enable-spring-support-in-intellij-community-edition-2016-1-3

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  5. hmmmm… I've got IntelliJ Ultimate 2017.1.2 but can't see the 'Show Dependencies' option, nor does Shift-alt-cmd-U do anything.

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