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Viewing 10 posts – 1 through 10 of 10 total. Looks like I might be in business now. I tried again and got uaxrpc-api-1.1.jar bits in red belowbut when I updated the dependencies on the existing project — no red! Also, can you switch to new workspace, create a new maven project and check if you are able to reproduce this issue.


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Did you use some other Maven version on your workstation? MyEclipse uses core Maven tasks and if they were not downloaded Maven will not work.

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Those are not repositories in maven way, just a browsable list of artefacts. March 4, at February 20, at I can even access the internet from within myEclipse.


They are in red: If you are actually looking for a jaxrpc-api maven artifact: February 24, at 9: Actually, he said here that he is looking for javax. Is this an issue? You should not need a Maven dependency for it. As result I have big list of repositories. You must be logged in to post in the forum log in. Sign up using Email and Password. Create dummy web project with Jzxrpc-api-1.1.jar support.

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I also tried recreating the problem in a new workspace as you suggested, and did reproduce the error. For this reason I go jaxrpc-api-1.1.jwr mvnrepository.


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I tried — import goal works on JRE so this is not a cause of the problem you see. It jaxrpc-api-1.1.jqr like you have corrupted Maven local repository. You may delete it right after you created it.