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Remember to never start to work with a project on EE if your target is later on to run on CE, this because some component can not run on CE and furthermore the pom automatic management will assume you are an Enterprise customer and will add dependencies pointing to packages available only on the enterprise Maven repository of Mulesoft.
As you may know mule offer the possibility to “Mavenize” a normal Mule project for enable the Maven support by simply right clicking on the project and select the relative option under the menu “Maven Support in Studio”.
Let’s come back to the Preferences screen and on the left menu go to On this screen tick the check-box “Enable Maven support…” has our main target is to use maven with Anypoint Studio.
The second check-box “Enable automatic maintenance of pom.xml” should be checked, especially if you are a beginner.
When doing that Mule will read the configuration file of your app and create a POM out of it.
This functionality I assume is not yet working perfectly, one example is that the java version that he will put will be always the 6, despite your editor is using the 7 or 8.
If you are an enterprise customer Mule Soft should have provided you access to the Maven Enterprise Repos with specific credential.
To let maven access and download dependencies from this repository you should open your general maven and add the following: To the server node: and in the popup choose a name for your project, enable the maven support and choose the right runtime.
In the following tutorial I will describe how to configure Anypoint Studio with Mule ESB runtime embedded on a local machine and the initial setup to work with Maven.
Then, add the bin folder to the PATH environment variable in OS accordingly in Windows or Mac. Click Test Maven Configuration and verify that the test passes.