When you open your AspectJ project in Eclipse with the m2eclipse, the following error may appear.
- Plugin execution not covered by lifecycle configuration: org.codehaus.mojo:aspectj-maven-plugin…
This is because m2e doesn’t provide lifecycle mapping for aspectj-maven-plugin. A work around is to add the following <pluginManagement> setting in the pom.xml.
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After creating all the entity beans in the backend project. it’s time to move on to the frontend stuff. First, we need to decide what Java frontend framework is used in our project. so i take the chance to learn Tapestry.
With Maven, we can make use of the Archetype as a project template to start our first Tapestry project. This post shows u how to make start your first Tapestry project in Eclipse with m2eclipse installed.
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For m2eclipse, you can set the Java Heap Memory in the Run Configurations as follow.
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We did talk about how to use Maven in Eclipse. So let’s move on to see how to integrate SVN and Maven in Eclipse.
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m2eclipse is an Eclipse plugin for developing Maven project. Here shows u how to install it in Eclipse.
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