Use this page to define the properties of a new Maven Module.
|Add as module to||Specify the aggregator Maven project.
If you want the new module to be aggregated in an existing Maven project, click the ellipsis button, and select the desired aggregator. The new Maven Module will be added to the <modules> section of the pom.xml file of the aggregator, for example:
none means that the new module will not be aggregated into an existing Maven project.
<modules> <module>mod1</module> <module>mod2</module> </modules>
|Parent||Click the ellipsis button and select the desired parent Maven project from the list of existing ones.
If a new module has a parent, the following section is added to its pom.xml file, for example:
none means that the new module doesn't have a parent and thus doesn't inherit properties and profiles of any Maven project.
<parent> <groupId>org.something</groupId> <artifactId>parent1</artifactId> <version>0.1</version> </parent>
|GroupId||Specify GroupId of the new module, which will be added to the pom.xml file of the module. By default, GroupId equals the module name. If a parent Maven project is specified, this coordinate can be inherited from the parent. To do that, select the Inherit check box.|
|ArtifactId||Specify ArtifactId of the new module, which will be added to the pom.xml file of the module. By default, ArtifactId equals the module name.|
|Version||Specify Version of the new module, which will be added to the pom.xml file of the module. If a parent Maven project is specified, this coordinate can be inherited from the parent. To do that, select the Inherit check box.|
|8.0+Create from archetype||If this check box is not selected, the new pom.xml file will contain
the basic information.
If this check box is selected, the new module will be created on the base of a Maven archetype chosen from the list that includes both the standard archetypes, and the ones found in Maven indices. You can modify Maven properties on Maven Settings Page.
If you want to populate the list with some archetype from a remote Maven repository, click the Add Archetype button, and find the desired archetype by Maven coordinates specified in Add Archetype Dialog.