I think you want the m2e-wtp list -
https://www.eclipse.org/m2e-wtp/developers/

On 10 August 2017 at 08:55, Thorsten Heit <thorsten.h...@vkb.de> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> once again I'm having troubles with shared resources I'm using in a WAR
> project. The basic structure is:
>
> - mvn-p1-resources
> ...
> - mvn-pn-resources
> - app-main
>   +- app-jar
>   +- app-war
>      +- app-jar
>      +- mvn-p1-resourcse
>      +- ...
>      \- mvn-pn-resources
>   +- app-ear
>
>
> The projects mvn-p*-resources use packaging type "jar" and contain
> resource files such as HTML files, CSS, XSL,JavaScripts etc., and are added
> as provided dependencies in the WAR project. The WAR module ifself uses
> overlays to package them into the correct place inside the generated WAR;
> see below in the mail I'm replying to how I'm actually doing this.
>
> Building the EAR from the command line works; everything is in the correct
> place as expected. When I add the EAR in Eclipse to a server such as
> Wildfly the application doesn't start correctly because of missing
> resources. So far I've tracked down the issues to the following behaviour:
>
> - Delete mvn-p1...n-resources from my workspace
> - Re-Checkout the project from Subversion
> - Open the WAR project's properties dialog, have a look into the
> deployment assembly dialog page
> - For all deleted and re-added projects mvn-pX-resources the dialog page
> shows a warning message
>   "Cannot find entry: "mvn-pX-resources"
>
> Right-clicking on the projects and executing Maven->Update Project...
> doesn't have any effect; the warning messages remain, and the application
> doesn't start correctly.
>
> I can manually fix this by right-clicking on mvn-pX-resources, execute
> Configure -> Convert to Faceted Form... and select the checkbox by "Utility
> Module" in the dialog. This is puzzling me because according to the docs
> ([1]) m2e-wtp has support for jar dependency projects and should add the
> Java and Utility Facets to them.
>
> At least for "normal" jar module dependencies (i.e. dependencies that
> contain Java code) this works as expected. I can only imagine that m2e-wtp
> (?) treats provided dependencies different than direct or transitive used
> ones...?
>
> Any hints what is causing this behaviour?
>
>
>
>
> - Eclipse Oxygen (20170620-1800)
> - m2e 1.8.1.20170728-1531
> - m2e-wtp 1.3.2.20170517-2015
>   together with the m2e-wtp JAX-RS, JPA and JSF configurators for WTP
> (same version)
> - Oracle JDK 8u141
> - Windows 8.1 x64
>
>
> [1] https://wiki.eclipse.org/M2E-WTP
>
>
> Regards
>
> Thorsten
>
>
>
>
>
> > Von: "Thorsten Heit" <thorsten.h...@vkb.de>
> > An: Maven Integration for Eclipse users mailing list <
> m2e-users@eclipse.org>
> > Datum: 18.04.2017 15:37
> > Betreff: Re: [m2e-users] m2e-wtp, war overlays and shared resources
> > Gesendet von: m2e-users-boun...@eclipse.org
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > referencing an older thread of mine...
> >
> > I'm having problems with m2e-wtp on a multi-module project that produces
> > a few EARs with WARs that use overlays: Deploying such a WAR on Tomcat 8.
> > 5.x or the corresponding EAR to Wildfly 10.1 is unsuccessful, the
> > application doesn't start correctly because of missing resources in the
> > WAR's WEB-INF folder.
> >
> > Basic structure of my project:
> >
> > app-main
> > +- app-form-resources
> > +- app-xsl-resources
> > +- app-jar
> >    +- mvn-p1
> >    +- mvn-p2
> >    +- ...
> >    \- mvn-pn
> > +- app-war
> >    +- app-jar
> >    +- mvn-p1-resources
> >    +- mvn-p2-resources
> >    +- ...
> >    \- mvn-pn-resources
> > +- app-ear
> >    \- app-war
> >
> > The other mentioned WARs and EARs are basically the same as app-war/app-
> > ear, but with a few customized files under WEB-INF. Anyway.
> >
> > P1...n are legacy projects in our Subversion repository containing both
> > Java sources and resource files (JavaScript, HTML, XML, XSL etc.) and are
> > used in other applications built in our department. So far I have created
> > a Maven-compatible "layer" for each of these projects and factored out
> > Java files and resources:
> > * mvn-pX contains only the Java sources from project X (under
> src/main/java)
> > * mvn-pX-resources contains the legacy project's resources (directly
> > under src/main/resources)
> >
> > The same holds for app-form-resources and app-xsl-resources: two projects
> > that contain resources from the legacy project for which I'm building the
> > Maven layer.
> >
> > All resource projects are of type "jar" and used as dependency with scope
> > "provided" in app-war:
> >
> > <dependency>
> >         <groupId>mygroup</groupId>
> >         <artifactId>mvn-p1-resources</artifactId>
> >         <version>...</version>
> >         <scope>provided</scope>
> > </dependency>
> >
> > To put the resources in the correct place I'm using overlays:
> >
> > <plugin>
> >         <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
> >         <artifactId>maven-war-plugin</artifactId>
> >         <version>3.0.0</version>
> >         <configuration>
> >                 <filteringDeploymentDescriptors>true</
> > filteringDeploymentDescriptors>
> >
> >                 <overlays>
> >                         <overlay>
> >                                 <groupId>${project.groupId}</groupId>
> >                                 <artifactId>app-xsl-resources</artifactId>
>
> >                                 <type>jar</type>
> >                                 <targetPath>/WEB-INF/xsl</targetPath>
> >                         </overlay>
> >                         <overlay>
> >                                 <groupId>${project.groupId}</groupId>
> >                                 <artifactId>app-form-resources</artifactId>
>
> >                                 <type>jar</type>
> >                                 <targetPath>/form</targetPath>
> >                         </overlay>
> >
> >                         <overlay>
> >                                 <groupId>group1</groupId>
> >                                 <artifactId>mvn-p1-resources</artifactId>
>
> >                                 <type>jar</type>
> >                                 <targetPath>/</targetPath>
> >                                 <includes>
> >                                         <include>**/*.css</include>
> >                                         <include>**/*.js</include>
> >                                 </includes>
> >                         </overlay>
> >                         <overlay>
> >                                 <groupId>group1</groupId>
> >                                 <artifactId>mvn-p1-resources</artifactId>
>
> >                                 <type>jar</type>
> >                                 <targetPath>/WEB-INF</targetPath>
> >                                 <includes>
> >                                         <include>**/*.x*</include>
> >                                         <include>**/*.js</include>
> >                                 </includes>
> >                         </overlay>
> >
> >                         <overlay>
> >                                 <groupId>group2</groupId>
> >                                 <artifactId>mvn-p2-resources</artifactId>
>
> >                                 <type>jar</type>
> >                                 <targetPath>/form</targetPath>
> >                                 <includes>
> >                                         <include>**/*.css</include>
> >                                         <include>**/*.js</include>
> >                                 </includes>
> >                         </overlay>
> >
> >                         <overlay>
> >                                 <groupId>group3</groupId>
> >                                 <artifactId>mvn-p3-resources</artifactId>
>
> >                                 <type>jar</type>
> >                                 <targetPath>/form</targetPath>
> >                                 <includes>
> >                                         <include>**/*.js</include>
> >                                 </includes>
> >                         </overlay>
> >                         <overlay>
> >                                 <groupId>group3</groupId>
> >                                 <artifactId>mvn-p3-resources</artifactId>
>
> >                                 <type>jar</type>
> >                                 <targetPath>/WEB-INF/xsl</targetPath>
> >                                 <excludes>
> >                                         <exclude>**/*.js</exclude>
> >                                         <exclude>META-INF/**</exclude>
> >                                 </excludes>
> >                         </overlay>
> >
> >                         ...
> >                 </overlays>
> >         </configuration>
> > </plugin>
> >
> >
> > My problem is that the EAR builds successfully on the command line and
> > contains all specified resources in their correct place, but with WTP /
> > m2e-wtp problems arise:
> >
> > * Deploying app-war to Tomcat or app-ear to Wildfly doesn't work; the
> > resources from app-form-resources, app-xsl-resources and mvn-p1...3-
> > resources are completely missing
> > * When I right-click in the package explorer view on app-war and open the
> > properties, I see a few warnings in the deployment assembly dialog page:
> >   Cannot find entry: app-form-resources
> >   The same warning entry for app-xsl-resources and mvn-p1...3-resources
> >   Other referenced (resource) projects are correctly listed without
> > errors/warnings.
> > * Starting app-ear in Wildfly and having a look in the folder <wildfly-
> > home>/standalone/deployments you can see that all other resource projects
> > are correctly contained/deployed.
> >
> > All resource projects have the same structure and basically differ only
> > in their GAV coordinates and referenced resource files.
> > Changing the order of the overlay entries doesn't make any difference,
> by the way.
> >
> >
> > Do you have any idea what can cause this strange behaviour?
> >
> >
> > Regards
> >
> > Thorsten
> >
> >
> >
> > m2e-users-boun...@eclipse.org schrieb am 26.02.2015 19:14:47:
> >
> > > Von: Fred Bricon <fbri...@gmail.com>
> > > An: Maven Integration for Eclipse users mailing list <
> m2e-users@eclipse.org>
> > > Datum: 26.02.2015 19:15
> > > Betreff: Re: [m2e-users] m2e-wtp, war overlays and shared resources
> > > Gesendet von: m2e-users-boun...@eclipse.org
> > >
> > > m2e-wtp currently doesn't support artifacts generated by
> maven-assembly-
> > > plugin within the workspace. i.e a workspace project cannot reference
> a
> > > zip classifier artifact matching another workspace project.
> > >
> > > You basically have 2 solutions :
> > > - force the consumers to reference the zip file directly : either
> disable
> > > workspace resolution for projects consuming your zip (project > maven
> >
> > > disable worskpace resolution)  or delete mvn-Q-resources from your
> > > workspace. The big drawback of that approach is you'll have to execute
> > > mvn install on mvn-Q-resources everytime a file changes
> > > - change mvn-Q-resources type to jar. Move all your web resources to
> src/
> > > main/resources and reference :
> > >
> > >        <overlay>
> > >           <groupId>mygroup</groupId>
> > >           <artifactId>mvn-Q-resources</artifactId>
> > >           <type>jar</type>
> > >           <targetPath>/WEB-INF</targetPath>
> > >           <includes>
> > >             <include>/xsl/**</include>
> > >           </includes>
> > >         </overlay>
> > >
> > > That solution should allow you to keep working/deploying stuff
> incrementally
> > >
> > > On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 11:25 AM, Thorsten Heit <thorsten.h...@vkb.de>
> wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I'm in the process of creating Maven builds for a few applications.
> These
> > > applications use Ant build scripts to create WAR and EAR files.
> > >
> > >
> > > Initial situation:
> > >
> > > * All source code is stored in our Subversion repository.
> > > * Each application depends on several internal projects P1, P2, ...
> that
> > > all have a non-Maven-like structure.
> > > * Most, but not all of them not only contain Java code, but also web
> > > resources (HTML, JavaScript, XSL, ...) that have to be placed directly
> > > under "/" or under "/WEB-INF" in the resulting application WAR(s).
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Actual situation:
> > >
> > > * For each internal project P that contains only Java code I have
> created
> > > a new Maven project mvn-P using Maven conventions and directory
> layout;
> > > Java code is referenced under src/main/java via svn:externals.
> > > * For each project Q that contains both Java sources and resource
> files,
> > > I have created two Maven projects mvn-Q and mvn-Q-resources; as above
> > > Java code and resources are referenced via svn:externals. The mvn-Q-
> > > resources project is of type pom and uses the assembly plugin to
> create a
> > > zip archive containing the resources; i.e. builds an artifact named
> mvn-
> > > Q-resources-<version>-zip.zip
> > >
> > >
> > > For one of the WAR and EAR projects I created a multi-module Maven
> > > project to build the same WAR and EAR via Maven as the legacy Ant
> script.
> > > The structure is basically the following:
> > >
> > > app-main
> > > +- app-jar
> > >    +- mvn-p
> > >    \- mvn-q
> > > +- app-war
> > >    +- app-jar
> > >    \- mvn-q-resources
> > > +- app-ear
> > >    \- app-war
> > >
> > >
> > > The app-war pom.xml contains the following:
> > >
> > > <plugins>
> > >   <plugin>
> > >     <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>
> > >     <artifactId>maven-war-plugin</artifactId>
> > >     <configuration>
> > >       <!-- web resources -->
> > >       <overlays>
> > >         <overlay>
> > >           <groupId>mygroup</groupId>
> > >           <artifactId>mvn-Q-resources</artifactId>
> > >           <type>zip</type>
> > >           <classifier>zip</classifier>
> > >           <targetPath>/WEB-INF</targetPath>
> > >           <includes>
> > >             <include>/xsl/**</include>
> > >           </includes>
> > >         </overlay>
> > >         ...
> > >       </overlays>
> > >     </configuration>
> > >   </plugin>
> > >   ...
> > > </plugins>
> > >
> > > <dependencies>
> > >   <dependency>
> > >     <groupId>mygroup</groupId>
> > >     <artifactId>mvn-Q-resources</artifactId>
> > >     <version>1.0-SNAPSHOT</version>
> > >     <type>zip</type>
> > >     <classifier>zip</classifier>
> > >     <scope>runtime</scope>
> > >   </dependency>
> > >   ...
> > > </dependencies>
> > >
> > > So far, this works pretty fine using command-line Maven.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > The problem:
> > >
> > > My Eclipse workspace contains all necessary projects, i.e. mvn-P,
> mvn-Q,
> > > mvn-Q-resources, app-main, app-jar, app-war and app-ear. In the server
> > > view I created a new instance using a locally installed Tomcat. After
> > > adding app-war to it I see all the project's jar dependencies in the
> view. But:
> > > Although I can start the server and debug in the referenced
> dependencies,
> > > the WAR application doesn't run correctly because the referenced
> > > resources are not available, i.e. everything I added to m-war-p via
> > > overlays/overlay.
> > >
> > > I'm using the following:
> > >
> > > * Eclipse Mars 4.5 (Build id: I20150203-1300)
> > > * Java EE Developer Tools 3.7.0.v201501282120
> > > * m2e 1.6.0.20150220-1952
> > > * m2e-wtp 1.2.0.20150212-1712
> > > * Tomcat v8.0.20
> > > * Java 7u76
> > >
> > > Do you have any hints on how to solve this?
> > > Do I need to change something?
> > > Is m-assembly-p the right way to create an archive containing
> resources
> > > that are shared between other applications?
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Regards
> > >
> > > Thorsten
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