Following this exercise and this gitHub repository, I am unable to get the project working locally with Eclipse. When loading the project I’ve used both “File → Upload Projects from File System…” as well as “Import… → Existing Maven Projects”.
I keep getting errors within my pom.xml about invalid artifact repositories. Per the documentation, I do not have an enterprise edition, so I have not been appending “-ee” to the specified dependencies.
Per Eclipse, I am also unable to create a run configuration that allows me to “Run Java Application” the provided “java.com.camunda.training.CamundaApplication.java” class.
Hey @michael.mertz - Welcome to the Camunda Forum!
I tried to run the code from the referenced GitHub and it works fine for me. A thing worth looking out for is if the URL for the Camunda Artifactory is set properly. Check out this blogpost here:
is your computer running inside a corporate network, maybe connected via VPN? If yes, it is worth to check the maven proxy settings as it is usually a maven issue to access new artifacts from maven central (where all community artifacts are available) on your local computer.
It may also worth to build the project from the command line with force update: https://www.baeldung.com/maven-force-update. Eclipse uses an internal maven implementation with additional configuration, that may be confusing (for the user and the computer )