You'll see <<<target/my-webapp.war>>> is built, and that all the normal steps were executed.
@@ -1234,7 +1234,7 @@ mvn clean package
Now, try it... from the top level directory, run:
-mvn clean install
The WAR has now been created in <<<my-webapp/target/my-webapp.war>>>, and the JAR is included:
@@ -1271,10 +1271,6 @@ $ jar tvf my-webapp/target/my-webapp-1.0
may be familiar with from Maven 1.0: this ensures that the POM can always be located even if the project
is distributed separately from its parent by looking it up in the repository.
- Unlike Maven 1.0, it is not required that you run <<<install>>> to successfully perform these steps - you can run
- <<<package>>> on its own and the artifacts in the reactor will be used from the target directories instead of the
- local repository.
You might like to generate your IDEA workspace again from the top level directory...