How to Install m2eclipse (Maven) Plugin in Eclipse

Core Java » on Jun 29, 2014 { 9 Comments } By Sivateja

I will show you how to install m2eclipse plugin in Eclipse IDE. Plugin m2eclipse gives complete support to Apache Maven. Before installing m2eclipse make sure you have Java SE and Eclipse EE version installed in your system, i have given all my tutorials in Eclipse Juno for Java EE.

Steps to install Maven [m2eclipse] in Eclipse

That’s it, now your eclipse is ready with Maven.


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9 Responses to “How to Install m2eclipse (Maven) Plugin in Eclipse”
  1. raju says:

    how can i create own hash map with out using java api ..

  2. Amit says:

    Hello sir I’m using eclipse juno release 2.i am tring to Install Maven ..but it is Showing dependecy not there Any issue with Version of eclipse.??

  3. rajasekar says:

    hello sir nice tutorial but i have some problem to convert maven project
    **Missing artifact org.eclipse.jdt.core.compiler:ecj:jar:3.6.2** this is the error it throws

  4. rajasekar says:

    Missing artifact org.eclipse.jdt.core.compiler:ecj:jar:3.6.2 please help me to solve this

  5. Follower says:

    @Rajasekar, try to download the same. below url will help u.

  6. Sachin says:

    Nice Tutorial

  7. BPK says:

    Hi, Anyone getting dependency error, please use this URL instead:

  8. saif alam says:

    sir ,thanks for nice tutorial,,,,,,,,

    i’m using eclipe luna,according to your tutorial i installed maven plugin but after completion of installation it ask for restart then i restarted eclipse then after there are no any option of maven in eclipse how can i develope maven based project.plz sir give me a solution

  9. saurabh says:


    What if eclipse is not allowing us to download using this option because of client requirement. Is there any other way to do it


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