How to stop eclipse updating maven dependencies
After making changes to your maven dependencies inside the pom file, rerun eclipse:eclipse and refresh your eclipse workspace for the new dependencies to take effect.
If your maven project consists of a number of aggregated projects with a common root pom, and if some of these aggregated projects depend on each other, the eclipse:eclipse goal will configure each dependent project in eclipse as an eclipse project dependency, rather than an eclipse jar dependency.
button, this will open another dialog box with a search bar to search artifacts.
If you know the artifact id and group id you can directly add any dependency but most of us doesn't remember that, what we do is search for that artifact or JAR by typing e.g.
Maven central or Nexus and every time Eclipse will start it will just do update.
You should also check the option "Do not automatically update dependencies from remote repositories", because that will download latest build every time they were pushed into Maven central repository.
to add JAR file related to Hibernate or Spring Framework you will type hibernate or spring framework in given search bar.
This is possible by configuring an external launcher.
You can see I was searching for spring framework Java but there is no search result, in fact it was saying artifact id cannot be empty.
Don't be fool with that error this was just because we are not adding any dependency explicitly.
By doing this, changes to code within project A will be available immediately to project B, assuming that project B defines a dependency on project A.
Recently I face an strange issue while using Maven in Eclipse via M2Eclipse plugin.Eclipse search artifact dependency on repository's index file.