- In Eclipse, from the main menu select .
- Click Next >
- Click Browse...>
Navigate to the directory where your Maven project is located. For example
You should see a dialog looking something like this when importing an All-in-One (AIO) project:
The project, and any sub-projects, will now be imported.
Enable Alfresco Enterprise edition (Optional)
If your project is using the Enterprise edition of Alfresco you also want Eclipse to load the enterprise versions of the Alfresco WARs and related libraries. You can do this by enable the enterprise profile. In the Package Explorer view to the left, right click on the all-in-one project, then select Maven from the popup menu. Now in the next popup menu choose Select Maven Profiles.... In the dialog that appears select the enterprise profile, you should see a dialog looking something like this now:
Configure external Maven
Use the external Maven installation. In the Window top menu to the right in Eclipse, click on the Preferences sub-menu item at the bottom, then select Maven from the pop-up dialog menu. Now in the Maven sub-menu choose Installations. In the dialog that appears to the right select the external Maven installation (or add it if it is not in the list), you should see a dialog looking something like this now:
Now close this Preferences dialog and open the Run Configurations dialog. Make sure the external Maven configuration is used:Warning: If the EMBEDDED Maven installation is used then you might encounter the EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION JRE error when running.