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Profiles in MavenBuild process may differ based upon environments like development, production etc. It may also differ based on operating system. So how to configure maven so that based on certain conditions, specific build process should be used? That’s when Profiles come in to picture. With the help of Profile, we can execute the build process with required tweaks. We can define profiles in 2 places.
Sometimes, we might need to activate specific profile by default. For that, you can use below lines of code.
<profiles> <profile> <id>windows-build</id> <activation> <os> <family>windows</family> </os> </activation> </profile> <profile> <id>unix-build</id> <activation> <os> <family>unix</family> </os> </activation> </profile> </profiles>
You can also activate the profile at command line using below statements. Below line will choose windows-build profile.
<activation> <activeByDefault>true</activeByDefault> </activation>
Below line will choose all profiles except xyz to complete the build process.
mvn test -P windows-build
mvn test -P !xyz
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