Hi Vaibhav,

every plugin that is executed during the build is performed in an "execution" 
and every execution has an "id". 
If a plugin is added via "packaging" or binds to default phases, this execution 
is defined by the plugin developer. So YES the Id is defined by the flexmojos 
developer, but this is a totally normal thing for every maven plugin.

Take this output from another maven build, I just ran:

[INFO] --- download-maven-plugin:1.4.0:wget (get-fontawesome) @ plclogger ---
[INFO] Got from cache: 
[INFO] --- maven-resources-plugin:3.0.2:copy-resources (copy-site-resources) @ 
plclogger ---
[INFO] Using 'UTF-8' encoding to copy filtered resources.
[INFO] Copying 3 resources
[INFO] Copying 1 resource to 
[INFO] Copying 1 resource to 
[INFO] Copying 6 resources to 
[INFO] --- maven-site-plugin:3.4:site (default-site) @ plclogger ---
[INFO] configuring report plugin 

You can see in the "--" lines ... the first executes the wget goal of the 
download-maven-plugin and the execution id is "get-fontawesome".
The second is the copy-resources goal of the maven-resources-plugin and the 
execution is called "copy-site-resources" ... and so on ...

I did notice however, that you are using an insanely old version of Flexmojos 
... the current version is 7.1.1 ... 
And I am the one responsible for everything that happened beyond 5.x.

Your last problem reported is not a Maven problem, but a IDE integration 
problem. I would assume you are using IntelliJ?
Here the version bundled is probably newer than the maven version Flexmojos 3.8 
is able to run with.


´╗┐Am 09.02.18, 06:06 schrieb "Vaibhav Shah" <vaibhav.s...@barclays.com>:

    Hello Christopher,
    Thanks a lot for response and the valuable information about
    'default-compile-swf' ID.
    I have tried the same, and it works like a charm! As long as any one of the
    executions have the ID as 'default-compile-swf', all the executions are
    processed correctly (without the dummy plugin declaration) by maven and I
    get their output as well.
    I never would have thought that the ID of the execution would make such a
    difference! Just out of curiosity: is it the flexmojos-maven-plugin specific
    behavior defined such that it executes correctly for specific ID? Or is it a
    generic behavior of all maven plugins?
    Regarding the modules, I agree with you. Ideally the apps should have been
    in different modules, but don't know who developed this years ago and why
    they didn't think about it :D
    Sent from: http://apache-flex-development.2333347.n4.nabble.com/

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