[m2] Declaring J2EE Dependencies

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[m2] Declaring J2EE Dependencies

McGarr, Joseph M.
All:

What is the best way to declare dependencies to packages like javax.*, that
are part of J2EE?  Are these packages made available at the ibiblio
repository?  I have not been able to find them as of yet.

Mike

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Re: [m2] Declaring J2EE Dependencies

Kenney Westerhof
On Tue, 14 Jun 2005, McGarr, Joseph M. wrote:

As of yet there's really no way to do that except declare a dependency
on for instance an open source implementation like JBoss. It would
be neat though, to actually only declare a dependency on an API,
and leave it to the users of the project (if it's a lib) to provide
an implementation..

It's been discussed before - check the archives.

Btw, the SUN jars are not on ibiblio due to licensing, so you'd have to
manually install them (but you can still declare a dependency on them,
see http://maven.apache.org/reference/standard-sun-jar-names.html).

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> All:
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> What is the best way to declare dependencies to packages like javax.*, that
> are part of J2EE?  Are these packages made available at the ibiblio
> repository?  I have not been able to find them as of yet.
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> Mike
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