How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse

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This is another article with the focus on the usage of Eclipse IDE. In this article, the main content is about to build a dynamic web project using maven in Eclipse IDE. But in order to be able to build a dynamic web project using maven, there is a conditional term for it. First of all, change the dynamic web project into a maven project. And in order to convert or to change the dynamic web project into a maven project, just look at this link for further information. That link is a link for visiting an article with the title of ‘How to Convert a Dynamic Web Project into a Maven Project in Eclipse’. After converting the dynamic project into a maven project, for building the project into a war file, the following are steps for the execution :

1. After executing the Eclipse IDE which in this context is Eclipse 2020-09 R. Open the project. The following is the main front of the Eclipse IDE :

How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
  1. The following image is after opening the project :
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
  1. Soon after, right click at the project and then accessing the
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
  1. After executing the above menu, the following image will appear :
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
  1. Just fill in the Goals textfield ‘clean install’ as in the following image :
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
  1. And then don’t forget to click the Run button after. The build will continue on running as in following image :
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse

So, in the end, there will be files appear in the target folder as the result of the build process. Those files are in the target folder as follow :

How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse
How to Build a Dynamic Web Project using Maven in Eclipse

So, as in the previous configuration of the pom.xml generate process, the final result of building the project is a war file. As in the above image, there are several folders and files appear. But the most important thing where the build process is a success is the availability of a war file as in the above image.

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