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This error occurs when you employ a plugin that Maven could not = download. Possible causes for this error are:=20
= <pluginRepository>to download the plugin. Note that
<= ;repository>declarations are not considered when looking for the= plugin and its dependencies, only
<pluginRepositories>= are searched for plugins.
<id>matches th= e
<id>of the plugin repository to use. See the Maven Settings Reference for more details.
<snapshots>= <enabled>false</enabled></snapshots>configured. L= ikewise, in order to resolve a released version of the plugin, the plugin r= epository should not be configured with
<releases><enabled&g= t;false</enabled></releases>. See the POM Reference for more information on repository configuration.= li>=20
In those cases, check your POM and/or settings for the proper contents. =
If you configured the plugin repository in a profile of your
.xml, also verify that this profile gets actually activated, e.g. vi=
In case of a general network-related problem, you could also consult the= following articles:=20
Note: For performance reasons, Maven caches the informa=
tion that the plugin could not be downloaded. Depending on your setup, you =
might need to clear this cache by adding the flag
-U to the co=
mmand line for your corrections to take effect.