Eclipse updating maven dependencies slow

21-Jan-2017 13:40 by 6 Comments

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Problem is fixed now, you can see that Eclipse is now able to search dependency from Maven repository.Usually after enabling those option and restarting eclipse, it will start updating index and once it finished, you would be able to search and add artificats into your Maven Repositories .

[INFO] Generating "Project License" report [INFO] Generating "Project Team" report [INFO] Generating "Project Summary" report [INFO] Generating "Dependencies" report [WARNING] The parameter 'dependency Locations Enabled' is ignored in offline mode.Don't be fool with that error this was just because we are not adding any dependency explicitly.Main problem here is that Eclipse is not able to search for dependencies when you enter some keyword in search box.You should also check the option "Do not automatically update dependencies from remote repositories", because that will download latest build every time they were pushed into Maven central repository.By the way, this error has nothing to do with Eclipse Luna. [INFO] [INFO] -------------------------------------- [INFO] Building Maven Webapp 1.0-SNAPSHOT [INFO] -------------------------------------- [INFO] //... - Session: Opened - Session: Disconnecting - Session: Disconnected - Session: Opened - Session: Disconnecting - Session: Disconnected - Session: Opened - Session: Disconnecting - Session: Disconnected - Session: Opened - Session: Disconnecting - Session: Disconnected //...

[INFO] Generating "Project License" report [INFO] Generating "Project Team" report [INFO] Generating "Project Summary" report [INFO] Generating "Dependencies" report //...... Long list, seem like never end Above project is using too many third party libraries (which Java project doesn’t?

If you know the artifact id and group id you can directly add any dependency but most of us doesn't remember that, what we do is search for that artifact or JAR by typing e.g.

to add JAR file related to Hibernate or Spring Framework you will type hibernate or spring framework in given search bar.

You can see that Eclipse is updating indexes and it's doing it from Maven central repository,

If you had configured internal nexus repository then it will download from there.

Eclipse was not able to search dependency in Maven central repository.