04-30-2012 08:51 AM
It seems that the Blaze Advisor project in Eclipse does not recognize the Maven dependencies. Could the team confirm this? If yes, I think it is something we should be supporting soon. It can be expanded to maven and ivy dependency management which are common in the Java based development. Without that, we will be forced to use the classpath settings and mixed it within the overall modern dependency management platform.
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11-26-2012 08:21 AM
No. It has to be FICO to provide the soluation to integrate the two. For now, you would have to manually add the jars to the classpath.
02-15-2013 10:53 AM
I tested 7.1 in Indigo and there is still no support to maven. So I worked out my own solution - using filter and resources to generate the project file which has the classpath and reference projects information. This approach allows me to generate the project file with correct reference paths on different machines (environments).