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Hybris Package | Assemble/Build using Maven

I have new requirements to build hybris package using Maven build tool, presently I am using ANT tool for hybris 5.7.1 version.

I searched in hybris wiki, but couldn’t get any conclusive response, Could you please provide any pointers:

  •  How can I setup hybris using maven, steps and configuration
    
  •  Hybris package creation using maven
    
    

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2016 at 01:14 AM

    A large majority of the SAP Hybris Commerce build framework is based on ant. There are portions of the code base related to Core+ (data hub, CIS) that are built using maven. For the extensions that rely on ant there is nothing in the near future roadmap for a conversion from ant to maven. It is not an easy undertaking.

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2016 at 06:35 PM

    Thanks Tyler for your input.

    I was in the impression that we do have option/work around to generate the hybris package using Maven, but as you mentioned there is no future roadmap for conversion from ant to maven. Let me continue to generate package with ANT. Thanks again :)

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