Building the project with Maven or Gradle

Maven

If your project uses the Maven build system, cd into the directory containing the pom.xml file for the module you wish to build.

For a single-module project, this is typically located at the root of your repository. For a multi-module project, this may be within a sub-directory.

To compile the project, run the mvn compile command. If successful, you should see a BUILD SUCCESS message towards the end of the output from Maven.

Gradle

If your project uses the Gradle build system, cd into the directory containing the build.gradle file for the module you wish to build.

For a single-module project, this is typically located at the root of your repository. For a multi-module project, this may be within a sub-directory.

To compile the project, if a gradlew (or ./gradlew.bat on Windows) file is present, run the ./gradlew build command, otherwise run gradle build.

It is generally preferable to execute Gradle commands using ./gradlew (or ./gradlew.bat on Windows) rather than gradle if these Gradle Wrapper scripts are present in your project.

In either case, if successful, you should see a BUILD SUCCESS message towards the end of the output from Gradle.

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