Hi all,
repeatedly there are questions on how to set up Neo4j with Eclipse and the Maven integration for it .

Here is the short version:

First, choose to create a new maven project:

Second, choose the default maven quickstart archetype for it:
Now, after choosing a package namespace and project artifact id, wait for the project to created and go to the dependency tab of the pom.xml. Here, add the relevant neo4j dependency by searching for “neo4j”:
Finally, after saving the pom.xml, you should see all the imported and mounted dependencies in your project:
Here you go, happy hacking!

Special thanks to Mahdi Negahi for bringing this up

/peter neubauer

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MyDeals says:

<b>If you want to expose the embedded server over web-admin</b><br /><br /> org.neo4j.app<br /> neo4j-server<br /> static-web<br /> ${neo4j-version}<br /> <br /> <br /> slf4j-jdk14<br /> org.slf4j<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /><b> for unit testing and using

This is what I was looking for. setting up maven project with Neo4j was pain, often results in unresolved dependencies or some other issues.Step by Step tutorial certainly helps. but some explanation would have been great.

Sorry for being short, I was in a hurry 🙂

hey man, I having issues when trying to follow above steps. could you provide some link to a project on your end as zip file.

I enjoy what you guys are usually up too. This type of clever work and reporting!
Keep up the wonderful works guys I’ve included you guys to my blogroll.

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