Eclipse updating indexes android java sax parser validating
It will show you all kind of maven repositories e.g.local repository, Global repository, project repository and Custom repository.I received emails from my readers that some of them not able to add dependency in Maven project even in older versions of Eclipse e.g. It is totally due to absent of artifact index file.One you enable "Download repository Index updates on startup" option and restart Eclipse, you will see that Eclipse is updating index at the bottom right corner, once this update this finish, you would be able to add dependency using Eclipse Maven GUI.This screenshot is immediately after restarting Eclipse, you can see that at bottom right corner it showing as Updating index, which is the proof that it's now downloading index file.If you double click there it will open the view which we have shown in next screenshot, there you can see that it downloads dependencies form Maven central remote repository.Recently I face an strange issue while using Maven in Eclipse via M2Eclipse plugin.
My first hunch was that Eclipse might not able to connect to Internet, and to verify that I tried connecting Eclipse market place, and boom it was working fine.
You can see that Eclipse is updating indexes and it's doing it from Maven central repository,