I'm using Q4E to integrate Eclipse and Maven. Q4E creates a Maven Classpath Container that has all the dependencies for my project. The maven-bundle-plugin uses the maven dependencies and the configuration provided to create the MANIFEST.MF for the bundle. AP Tooling uses this generated MANIFEST.MF file to create a bundle at development time and sync to a staging directory for AP. The issue I'm having however is that AP Tooling does not sync the libraries i need in the Bundle-Classpath. If i could get the Maven Classpath Container to sync to the stage directory it would work. Before, when i had my project as a WAR project, Q4E would configure the Maven Classpath Container to be in the J2EE Module Dependencies list and this would cause those libraries to be synced to the stage directory. I'm now no longer using a WAR file, but rather web/service/library bundles and i need this behavior back. Does anyone have a workaround for this? What will AP Tooling use to determine what libraries should be synced to the stage directory? Does anyone know how i can add the J2EE nature to a standard java project (that already has Spring, OSGi, and Maven natures)? This is causing me a lot of trouble and looking like it could be a real blocker so any help would be great!
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