I found it!
The error is caused by the following dependency:
The error immediately disappears when I set the scope to provided again.
Now I can enable dependency resolution in eclipse again.
So far so good. But I also remember why I removed the provided scope.
Juan recommended this in another thread as a solution to another problem:
My app uses my lib (msm.lib.acs above), and my lib uses common libs from the maven repository, e. g. postgresql-42.0.0.jar.
The problem was that those libs were not copied into the application's WEB-INF/lib folder. So I ended up in missing jars.
And unfortunately this problem now reappeared. When I build the app with "mvn package", I end ab with a WEB-INF/lib folder not containing the external libs!
So I made one step backward, dependency resolution is enabled again, but the external jars are missing in the app folder.
Maybe another scope is better?
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