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answered 2020-02-06 11:30:19 +0800

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Yes Maven is the key. I was about to suggest maven anyway, so this zkstudio feature doesn't apply to your project. In most cases only legacy projects of the 'pre-maven/gradle-era' need to manage dependencies manually. And that's where the ZK Studio plugin can help automating part of this otherwise tedious/manual approach - using the package settings option. It's not available for projects managed via maven.

So in your case it's safe to remove the zk 9.0.0 package again from zk studio (or keep it, it won't hurt/do anything lying around). Instead change the zk version in your pom.xml and eclipses maven plugin will update the dependencies.

If something get's stuck it often helps to update the project: (Right click the project to open the context menu -> Maven -> Update Project OR Download javadocs/sources).

Yes Maven is the key. I was about to suggest maven anyway, so this zkstudio feature doesn't apply to your project. In most cases only legacy projects of the 'pre-maven/gradle-era' need to manage dependencies manually. And that's where the ZK Studio plugin can help automating part of this otherwise tedious/manual approach - using the package settings option. It's not available for projects managed via maven.

So in your case it's safe to remove the zk 9.0.0 package again from zk studio (or keep it, it won't hurt/do anything lying around). Instead change the zk version in your pom.xml and eclipses eclipse's maven plugin will update the dependencies.

If something get's stuck it often helps to update the project: (Right click the project to open the context menu -> Maven -> Update Project OR Download javadocs/sources).

Yes Maven is the key. I was about to suggest maven anyway, so this zkstudio feature doesn't apply to your project. In most cases only legacy projects of the 'pre-maven/gradle-era' need to manage dependencies manually. And that's where the ZK Studio plugin can help automating part of this otherwise tedious/manual approach - using the package settings option. It's not available for projects managed via maven.

So in your case it's safe to remove the zk 9.0.0 package again from zk studio (or keep it, it won't hurt/do anything lying around). Instead change the zk version in your pom.xml and eclipse's maven plugin will update the dependencies.

If something get's gets stuck it often helps to update the project: (Right click the project to open the context menu -> Maven -> Update Project OR Download javadocs/sources).

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