Failed to Read Artifact Descriptor: IntelliJ

Failed to Read Artifact Descriptor: IntelliJ

I am running into an issue with my Maven POM file where its unable to find spark dependency and is returning with error:
Failed to read artifact descriptor for org.apache.spark:spark-streaming-kafka_2.10:jar:1.2.1
I’ve confirmed its not an issue with any corporate firewall as every other dependency is loaded in properly, just this one.
I have also been able to confirm in my maven settings it is attempting to pull from the following repo. I tried deleting the .m2 repo on my local machine in order to reload it, still no dice.
http://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2/org/apache/spark/spark-streaming-kafka_2.10/1.2.1/
Attached below is my pom file
my.group.id
sentiment
1.0-SNAPSHOT
NPITWITTER



com.sparkjava
spark-core
1.1.1


org.apache.spark
spark-streaming-kafka_2.10
1.2.1


org.apache.spark
spark-core_2.10
1.2.1


org.apache.spark
spark-streaming_2.10
1.2.1


org.apache.spark
spark-hive_2.10
1.2.1


org.apache.spark
spark-sql_2.10
1.2.1

Solutions/Answers:

Solution 1:

In Intellij, I had the same issue,

I did the proxy settings also, and ran the command mvn –U clean install but it’s not working.

I got its resolved with the below setting enabled (highlighted in yellow)

In Intellij, go to File -> Settings -> Build, Execution, Deployments -> Maven
Check the box, ‘Always update snapshots

Intellij Settings window snapshot

Solution 2:

Resolved it, was due to a proxy setting that was enabled. Re-ran with mvn -U clean install and all was repaired.

Solution 3:

I guess IntelliJ comes with and ambedded Maven installation, so just make sure your IDE is pointing to the right Maven home directory: and User settings file: values, these are under:

  • Go to File
  • Select Settings
  • Select Build, Execution, Deployments
  • Select Build Tools from drop down
  • Select Maven from drop down
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Solution 4:

Following worked for IDEA 17,

  • Go to File
  • Select Settings
  • Select Build, Execution, Deployments
  • Select Build Tools from drop down
  • Select Maven from drop down
  • Tick the Always update snapshots check box

Solution 5:

Go to file => Settings => Build, Execution, Deployment => Maven => Maven home directory: change from Bundled (Maven 3) to Bundled (Maven 2)

Solution 6:

I had to just solve the issue. Please, go in the Maven tab of the Build, Execution, Deployments and set to the settings provided.

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