Maven CRUD Sample on the NetBeans Platform in NetBeans IDE 6.9

I mentioned the NetBeans Platform CRUD sample will be a standard part of NetBeans IDE 6.9 here on NetBeans Zone recently. It is now also available as a Maven-based sample:

You need to install a recent development build of the 6.9 "Web" or "All" distribution. I think this sample would be even better if it were to be part of the "Java SE" distribution.


I "installed" the Maven CRUD Sample on the NetBeans Platform in NetBeans IDE 6.9 AFTER installing Maven 3.0 to c:\\apache-maven-3.0 and AFTER adjusting my PATH. I set the OPTIONS to see the Maven installation and restarted the IDE.

I was able to create the Maven "project" and the three modules and will CLEAN and BUILD but it will not RUN.

Also looking on for documentation.

I currently dont understand what I am missing ?

Posted by Bob Paris on November 20, 2010 at 07:02 AM PST #

netbeans maven support still is in its baby's steps.

I have been struggling to get something going for several weeks I cant make it work. This is frustrating

Posted by guest on September 11, 2011 at 06:34 AM PDT #

Your comments in this blog are in its baby steps, too. I have no clue whatsoever about what is going wrong. So I cannot help you. This is frustrating.

Posted by Geertjan on September 11, 2011 at 07:25 AM PDT #

Hello Geertjan!


Something strange about maven here or strang about the config.
the Viewer seems not to see the dbaccess project.
I get the following statement.

Warning - could not install some modules: VYN - The module named is.zanzibar.MavenCrud.dbaccess was needed and not found.

Regards, Ingi

Posted by guest on September 12, 2012 at 02:34 PM PDT #

You can see where the source code is found, just compare it with your own.

Posted by Geertjan on September 13, 2012 at 03:14 AM PDT #

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