Random EAR Projects

I had a similar experience and ran across https://wiki.eclipse.org/M2E-WTP/New_and_Noteworthy/1.1.0 . m2e-wtp can also be disabled via the m2e.wtp.activation>false in the Maven section of your project pom;xml. I create a new workspace and cloned a fresh copy of my code in a temp directory. I then updated the parent pom.xml with the following: <properties><m2e.wtp.activation>false</m2e.wtp.activation><m2e.jaxrs.activation>false</m2e.jaxrs.activation><m2e.jpa.activation>false</m2e.jpa.activation><m2e.jsf.activation>false</m2e.jsf.activation><m2e.cdi.activation>true</m2e.cdi.activation></properties> I then […]

Lessons Learned for 20-SEPT-2019

XStream Illegal Reflective Access If you are compiling with AdoptOpenJDK 11, you might hit –  “Illegal reflective access” com.thoughtworks.xstream.converters.collections.TreeMapConverter If your build and your dependencies don’t show xstream in it, check your plugins:mvn dependency:resolve-plugins -f fhir-parent/pom.xml | grep -B20 -i xst[INFO] Plugin Resolved: maven-war-plugin-3.2.3.jar[INFO] Plugin Dependency Resolved: maven-plugin-api-3.0.jar[INFO] Plugin Dependency Resolved: maven-core-3.0.jar[INFO] Plugin Dependency Resolved: […]

Sonarcube – Maven and Docker analysis

SonarLint is one tool I gravitate towards – inline analysis of my code in Eclipse.  I have finally broken down and investigated using Sonarcube with maven – the heavy weight tool for evaluating code.  It’s exciting. You need to pull your sonarqube docker. You can find more details at https://hub.docker.com/_/sonarqube/?tab=description :~/my-repo$ docker pull sonarqube Using […]