Saturday, December 30, 2017

Maven Tutorial 04: What is POM.XML?

Maven is build management tool that is based on the concept Project Object Model (POM). POM.XML is an xml file and it is core unit of the maven project. It contains all the information about the project and its configuration.

POM.xml also contains project dependencies, plugins, goals, build profiles and etc. POM.xml makes the project maintenance easy. When executing a task or goal Maven looks for POM.xml in the current directory. It reads POM, gets the needed configuration information, then executes the goal.

A sample pom.xml looks like this.

This is a brief information about pom.xml. Please comment your queries and suggestions on this topic. Thanks for reading!!

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