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Software Reuse Quick Tip #30

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Tip #30 – Enforce Consistent Dependencies via Maven Parent POM

Maven parent POM can be used as a consistent mechanism to define dependencies and dependency versions. The module that defines common set of entries can then be used in any arbitrary module – it doesn’t have to be restricted to a child module in a multi-module build. This is very useful when you want to enforce consistent set of dependencies across multiple projects that share either a core set of reusable libraries including 3rd party dependencies.

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