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To resolve the problem, I have proceeded as described in my first post, the warning message disappeared but downloading the index never achieve.I want to precise that adding a dependency manually in works fine. and on the Select Dependency screen I have this warning Index downloads are disabled, search results may be incomplete.Lifecycle Execution Exception: Failed to execute goal on project test: Missing: ---------- 1) faces:jsf-api:jar:2.0.0-b13 Try downloading the file manually from the project website.Then, install it using the command: mvn install:install-file -Dgroup Id=faces -Dartifact Id=jsf-api -Dversion=2.0.0-b13 -Dpackaging=jar -Dfile=/path/to/file Alternatively, if you host your own repository you can deploy the file there: mvn deploy:deploy-file -Dgroup Id=faces -Dartifact Id=jsf-api -Dversion=2.0.0-b13 -Dpackaging=jar -Dfile=/path/to/file -Durl=[url] -Drepository Id=[id] Path to dependency: 1) de.studi: Studentenportal:pom:pom:0.0.1-SNAPSHOT 2) faces:jsf-api:jar:2.0.0-b13 2) faces:jsf-impl:jar:2.0.0-b13 Try downloading the file manually from the project website.:-) I had thought that Eclipse called (I'm on Linux) too, therefore in my opinion adding options in the Apache Tomcat Configuration rather than in was the same. I am new to Spring MVC and have just started learning it using video tutorials.

I use my Toshiba Laptop i5 CPU @ 2.50Ghz 2.50Ghz, 4GB of RAM and 600GB SCSI Hitachi disk drive.

During the creation of a project from an archetype, the Archetype Plugin asks the user to choose an archetype from a list containing the archetypes from each of the provided catalogs (yes, there may be many).

MESZ: Build errors for test; org.apache.maven.lifecycle.

I have tried it with for Tomcat 6.0 and started tomcat externally using the and it worked fine.

Hi Hariharan, I start Tomcat from Eclipse, in fact.

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