No problem,

Always happy to help, I've encountered these problems myself :-). 


On 13 Mar 2014, at 21:00, Cyrus Harmon <> wrote:

Following up on this from long ago, it turns out JAVA_HOME wasnít properly set. I think that fixed things.

But now on to my next issue with the new source treeÖ Iíve been installing a build from the new version which gets installed as 1.5.6-SNAPSHOT. This is fine until some time passes and I have some other maven-equipped software that triggers a resolution (is this the right term?) of the maven dependencies and it goes and looks at EBI for a newer version of the snapshot. Not necessarily what i want. How do others deal with this problem? Just using the version from EBI? I suppose I should figure out how to make the other maven-equipped piece of software work in offline mode, but that isnít necessarily the best solution.

One option Iíve considered is renaming the version to something like 1.5.6-LOCAL, but that brings me to my next problem, which is that it seems that the version is hardcoded in each of the pom.xml files. find . -name pom.xml | xargs grep -i 1.5.6-snapshot | wc -l tells me that there are 70 files with the version hardcoded. Do we fire off some sort of sed/perl script to change this automatically when a new release is called for? Surely there must be a way to store this information once and refer to that rather than sprinkling it throughout pom files scattered across the tree.



On Feb 26, 2014, at 12:56 PM, John May <> wrote:

Which JDK are you using? According to docs this is correct for the default location.


On 26 Feb 2014, at 20:52, John May <> wrote:

Itís looking for the JDK tools dependency - this is a system dependency. If java is installed correctly it is located -


try this from the command line, what do you get?

 ls $JAVA_HOME/lib

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