Just run the command from a prompt. With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime. I took inspiration from this answer to another Stack Overflow question and I’ve also blogged about it here. Jayesh A Lalwani wrote: Could not resolve dependencies for project:

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I downloaded the JDBC driver.

My solution worked for me. Olaf 5, 1 14 Looks like there are some disagreements between Maven and Microsoft folks regarding licensing and redistribution of the JDBC driver: What is the right maven dependency value? Thanks and Regards, Sid.

For that driver, there is a maven artifact that you can use:. Failure to find com. In fact, Touzery’s answer is more outdated, because it still refernces a library from sourceforge. I ran into an issue: With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime.


Emmanuel Touzery 5, 1 42 Error Compiling Maven Project. Also I would like to tell that I mvaen downloaded the Maven plugin for Eclipse and run maven commands through eclipse.

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Even after installing the sqlserver jar, my maven was trying to fetch the dependecy from maven repository. Sign up using Email and Password. Yes, this is the one.

Please do help me in resolving this error. For my maaven integration testing it was sufficient to use a system scope for the JDBC driver’s dependency as such: Ashish 2, 2 13 This answer is outdated compared to Touzery’s updated answer. You can download the jar here: Um, getting eclipse to do this is probably more hassle than it is worth.

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Could you please let me know how do i use the install-file target of the install plugin using Eclipse? Download the driver JAR from the link provided by Olaf and add it to your local Maven naven with. Therefore I downloaded the sqljdbc4. Your life will become much easier as mine did once I found this answer. Following is the snippet which I have added in pom. Be careful with the answers kdbc.


Answer for the “new” and “cool” Microsoft. First, add a scope tag to the dependency, you should require the JBDC driver only at runtime: Well, I updated my answer even before Touzery.