6.)Restart Eclipse IDE 7.) Wait for the repository to index completely. To find out more about me click here: Jinto Antony Trying to be Unique, Special and Resourceful..
It is necessary to have a good internet connection to update.
Same trouble here while trying to update "Maven SCM Handler for EGit, Version 0.14.0.201509090157", "org.sonatype.m2feature.feature.group" in Eclipse Mars.
For details of the available settings, see Section 4.3.5, “Pax URL Aether Reference”.
An important aspect of the Karaf container architecture is that deployed Maven artifacts are stored in the container cache, which is separate from the local Maven repository.
For customized repositories see Typical usage: mvn eclipse:to-maven -Ddeploy To=maven.org::default::scpexe://repo1.maven.org/home/maven/repository-staging/to-ibiblio/eclipse-staging -Declipse Dir=. The Central Repository is a service mark of Sonatype, Inc.
I am using an external Maven 3.0.3 installation and m2eclipse configured with Eclipse Indigo and I am definitely not behind any proxy.
A colleague advised to delete the whole .metadata folder.
Later import projects from their place or checkout them from the svn(if you use some). the problem is that we don't really know, what metadata are broken, so the natural next step is to delete all of them.Stores the OSGi Config Admin properties used to configure the Pax URL Aether layer.In particular, it is possible to specify the locations of local and remote Maven repositories through the settings in this file.Sometimes Eclipse failed to index the repository due to errors/configurations.In such scenarios, even if you try to search in the repositories, it will fail due to the non indexed repo. Steps: 1.) Exit Eclipse IDE 2.) Delete workspace_location/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse/nexus 3.) Delete workspace_location/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.m2e.core/nexus 4.) Open Eclipse IDE 5.) Go to Window-Maven and enable checkbox named “Download repository index updates on startup”. And this is my blog, where i share my skills and knowledge.Bundles and features get copied from the local Maven repository into the cache at the time they are first deployed.