[maven] using missing in the repositories of the library

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Good day...
Want to make a Java application with a web interface based on the JWT (http://www.webtoolkit.eu/jwt),
at the same time the build system to use maven. But faced with the fact that the JWT in its repositories do not have, so the question is — how can I manually add a library to my project on maven? If it matters, the IDE — NetBeans 6.9.1
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You should pump JWT library manually and add it to the maven repository on your computer.
Most likely this directory here: C:\\Documents and Settings\\%user%\\.m2
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Or is it better to give mawene to put this library to your local repository: maven.apache.org/general.html#importing-jars. And then in pom.xml to register this library as a dependency.
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Even as an option you can add to Pomnik record dependency with arbitrary attributes group artifact and version. Then NetBeans will appear in the library marked as otsutsvuyut on the right button, you can manually upload the local jar file for this library. However, he will be in the local repository and podcasts in the program.
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