This post talks about adding local jar files to a Maven project?
For those artifacts or libraries that are not available in the Maven Central or other Maven repositories, we have to configure it into our Maven Local repository in order to use it as a project dependency.
We can add local dependencies directly like this:
Let’s assume We have a library SampleApp-1.0.jar on my local machine/shared path that I would like to use as a dependency, We have to configure this dependency as follows in our pom.xml
That’s all about adding local jar files to a Maven project?
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