Maven dependency visualization in JEE7

19 07 2014

Another short, concise and informative Adam Biens’ scrrencast, this time about Visual EE Maven plugin that visualizes JEE 7 app dependencies, events, CDI, EJBs and JPA relations.

Watch the video here:

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Eclipse: Aspectj Maven plugin execution not covered by lifecycle

7 06 2014

aspectj-logoMaven and eclipse integration is not straightforward. There is one m2e eclipse plugin giving support for Maven itself and a lot of other Eclipse plugins to support Maven plugins used in pom.xml.

One of these plugins is the org.codehaus.mojo:aspectj-maven-plugin – the aspectJ Maven plugin. So when you use it in pom.xml and import into eclipse, you will get error:

Plugin execution not covered by lifecycle configuration: org.codehaus.mojo:aspectj-maven-plugin:1.2:compile (execution: default, phase: process-sources), Maven Project Build Lifecycle Mapping Problem

To fix it

Install AspectJ Maven Eclipse plugin from Eclipse update site (Via eclipse Help -> Install new software…):

http://dist.springsource.org/release/AJDT/configurator/

Prerequisities

To install above maven plugin Eclipse needs to have AspectJ Development Tools Eclipse Plugin and AspectJ compiler installed. If you do not have it, you need to install as well. This is where you can find it (install via eclipse Help -> Install new software…):

http://download.eclipse.org/tools/ajdt/43/update/

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Connect JIRA with Mercurial Repository

3 08 2013

JIRA has free useful plugin to connect with Mercurial repository. After connecting them team members can see commits connected with particular issue. Here is how to install and configure the add-on

1. Download and install it

Download it by JIRA’s Add-on site on your instance (Administration -> Add-ons). Search for ‘Mercurial Plugin for JIRA‘ By ServiceRocket. Install it. Note that it requires generating licence key (it’s free, however you have to register and purchase it in Marketplace on ServiceRocket site).

2. Configure

To configure Add-on you have to follow instructions from here.

3. Troubleshoot

Since configuration is quite simple, it also causes problems that you have to troubleshoot :) In my case the problem was reported earlier and manual cloning the repository helped. My JIRA instance could not access the Mercurial repository. I just followed solution from here. Basically the same is instructed on this site.

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