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why maven update reset to default modules? AEM 6.5.0

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Hello.

At first of all, I have to say that a barely new working with AEM, so I'm trying to do the WKND tutorial, but when I get to the step 5 (Custom Component) and a update my parent pom.xml and the core module pom.xml, eclipse throw an error on the org.osgi.service.component.propertytypes import and on the org.osgi.service.component.annotations, so i ran maven update from the eclipse IDE and I get all the modules of proyect reset back to defeault state.

Please anybody have this trouble to? its a bug?

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I used eclipse 4.8 and it works fine, Can you try with 4.8 and let me know if you still see the same issue?

You can follow steps at [1] to set up the local environment.

[1] https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-learn/foundation/development/set-up-a-loca...

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Check if you are using the latest version WKND project at [1]. I have gone through the tutorial myself and did not run into any issues.

You can download the chapter solution from the link below and compare the pom file to check the missing requirements.

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[1] WKND Tutorial Overview

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Hello @Jaideeprar, thanks a lot for your answer.

I create the project directly from the eclipse IDE my version of it is the 4.12.0 (the latest), using the archetype 20 and teh maven version is 3.6.1, during the process I get an error that I figure out is a bug, but I dont know who have the bug.

What version of eclipse you use for your test?

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Employee Advisor

I used eclipse 4.8 and it works fine, Can you try with 4.8 and let me know if you still see the same issue?

You can follow steps at [1] to set up the local environment.

[1] https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-learn/foundation/development/set-up-a-loca...