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The Maven Way to Add Non-Maven JARs to a Maven Project [Snippets]

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The Maven Way to Add Non-Maven JARs to a Maven Project [Snippets]

Sometimes we need to add non-Maven controlled JARs into our projects. In this post, we take a quick look at a Maven-based solution for doing this!

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Have you ever asked, "How do I add custom (non-maven) JARs as dependencies to maven projects, in a maven way?"

maven-project-custom-libs


Answer: Easy. Use the maven-install-plugin maven plugin,

Approach

Add the maven JAR plugin with as shown below:

manve-jar-plugin1

Add the dependency:

manve-jar-plugin2

Refer this gist for the complete example.

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