On Monday, April 29, 2013 5:50:30 PM UTC+2, Kris wrote:
If I remove the
<scope>provided</scope>it is still not going in the WEB-INF/lib. But should it, maven doesn't know about putting it there...
The maven-war-plugin's war mojo (called by default in the package phase when packaging=war) will put it there.
If I add the jar file to the classpath of the run configuration the problem is still there..The reason why it is provided is that I use JBoss that has the jar file.
Then use JBoss for your dev, and run the DevMode in -noserver mode.--
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