Sign up using Facebook. I wonder, if I would install dependency to my company repository, would it be illegal too? Here is what you need to do – Go to your project folder from where you can run maven commands When you do an ls -ltr in this folder, you should see pom. Tue Mar 27 Jayen Chondigara Jayen Chondigara 2 2 silver badges 3 3 bronze badges. Why doesn’t this work?
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Below config worked for me. Sign up using Facebook. Add Following dependency in pom. In my understanding it’s only illegal if the repository is public. Tried removing the dependency, save and then add it back again and save. Does the file need to be called exactly that? How much did we pay you again? First you need to download the ojfbc6-22.214.171.124.jar jar from Oracle site ojdbc.
Index of /com/oracle/ojdbc6/126.96.36.199
Of course it’s “better” to add some arbitrary repo to your project, yeah. I wonder, if I would install dependency to my company repository, would it be oidbc6-188.8.131.52.jar too? The order mentioned is important. If Raghuram would like to answer this question, I’ll accept his answer instead. I would rather appreciate somebody is sharing that library in their repository and it is constently accessible.
Sushil Gulhane Sushil Gulhane 51 1 1 silver badge 1 1 bronze badge. You could run with a -X flag so that you can debug info. I followed below command it worked: Why doesn’t this work? Could not resolve dependencies for project edu.
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This step might be obvious, but I figured I would add it. No powershell for you! But it won’t get bundled with the project’s war file, and therefore my project won’t run on Tomcat. Nice catch that the version is Is it because I’m on a Mac, perhaps? I cannot seem to get Maven to bundle the ojdbc6. Sign up ojdbbc6-184.108.40.206.jar Email and Password. Asked 7 years, 6 months ago.
I have tried every solution I can find out there on the net, including those specified for this question here: To add any version of the ojdbc. Or only public repos are illegal?
The jar file never seems to get copied to the repository. Can you check if the file ojdbc Could not find artifact com.
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Then you can ojdbc6-220.127.116.11.jxr your project. Post as a guest Name. Jayen Chondigara Jayen Chondigara 2 2 silver badges 3 3 bronze badges. Since Oracle is the licensed product, there are issue in adding maven dependency directly.