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Reporting Plugins in Maven | Maven Plugins That Provide Reports

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Reporting plugins
Plugins which generate reports, are configured as reports in the POM and run under the site generation
lifecycle.

This plugin consists of several reports that you can run selectively, individually or even run all of them. Please see below for instructions on how to configure your pom.xml to do this.

Run All Reports
To include all Project Info Reports in your project, you must configure your pom.xml. Use “mvn site:site” to generate the configured reports.

project


org.apache.maven.plugins
maven-project-info-reports-plugin

Run Selective Reports


org.apache.maven.plugins
maven-project-info-reports-plugin

dependencies
project-team
mailing-list
cim
issue-tracking
license
scm

Reporting plugins are configured in the POM as in this example:

org.apache.maven.plugins
maven-project-info-reports-plugin

Configuration in the reporting section also applies if plugin goals are invoked individually. The converse is not true– if you configure the plugin inside , that configuration will NOT apply to .

Configuring multiple reports for one plugin using . Each must have a unique . For more information on UMLGraph, see the UMLGraph site and this page.

org.apache.maven.plugins
maven-javadoc-plugin

uml

gr.spinellis.umlgraph.doclet.UmlGraph

gr.spinellis
UmlGraph
4.4

-views
target/uml
private

javadoc

html

private

javadoc

Plugins Type Version Release Date Description Source Repository Issue Tracking
changelog R 2.1 2007-07-25 Generate a
list of recent
changes from
your SCM.
SVN JIRA
changes B+R 2.1 2008-11-24 Generate a
report from
issue tracking
or a change
document.
SVN JIRA
checkstyle B+R 2.3 2009-07-14 Generate a
checkstyle
report.
SVN JIRA
clover B+R 2.4 2007-04-23 Generate
a Clover
report. NOTE:
Moved to
Atlassian.com
SVN JIRA
doap B 1.0 2008-08-01 Generate a
Description
of a Project
(DOAP) file
from a POM.
SVN JIRA
docck B 1.0 2008-11-16 Documentation
checker
plugin.
SVN JIRA
javadoc B+R 2.6 2009-07-29 Generate
Javadoc for
the project.
SVN JIRA
Jxr R 2.1 2007-04-05 Generate a
source cross
reference.
SVN JIRA
pmd B+R 2.4 2008-01-08 Generate a
PMD report.
SVN JIRA
projectinforeports R 2.1.2 2009-07-23 Generate
standard
project
reports.
SVN JIRA
surefirereport R 2.4.3 2008-05-14 Generate a
report based
on the results
of unit tests.
SVN JIRA

Known Plugins That Provide Reports

 

Rajesh Kumar