Raptor399 wrote:MKUltra wrote:Where should the jgoodies files be saved before maven does the installation?
Short answer: you don't have to know.
The commands above will take care of everything.
Long answer: Maven uses a local repository to store dependencies. By default it will use "~/.m2/repository" for downloading and storing all required files. Look inside that directory, and you will find quite a few directories a being created during the build process. You can manually put files in there, but you will have to stick with the naming conventions Maven uses, or it will not be able to detect files. This means you will have to know the groupId, artifactId and packaging of every file you want to place, and create directories and files accordingly. The commands above will take care of installing the required jgoodies files correctly for you. No need to touch any directories.
Thanks. I tried the manual installation based on what you provided, then I ran the external-resolve and external-install goals and everything works fine now.