How To Create a Web Project That Doesn't Use Maven

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    gcrider
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    I am using version 2019.12.5 (build id 16.0.0-20191205). When I create a new Web Project, it always does so as a Maven project. I don’t use Maven, and don’t want it to be a part of my project. How do I get a classic Web Project with WebRoot, and the usual files?

    #657057 Reply

    Brian Fernandes
    Moderator

    gcrider,

    For Java EE 8, projects, Maven is the only option in our wizard as we stopped shipping the libraries with MyEclipse (a decision that applies not just for Java EE 8 projects). If you choose Java EE 7, you can still choose the older, non Maven structure.

    If you do need to create a non Maven Java EE 8 project, let us know and I could think of some workarounds you could apply.

    #657111 Reply

    gcrider
    Participant

    Brian, thanks for the quick reply. JEE7 works for me. I should have thought to try it.

    #657245 Reply

    Brian Fernandes
    Moderator

    No problem – glad to have helped!

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