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I setup a project months ago in Eclipse using version 7.6.4. Because of the way I created the project in Eclipse, it is a Maven project ( which I think is the preference over Ivy, which is why I went the Maven route ). How do I update to a later minor version? My pom.xml has a "vaadin.version" property set to "7.6.4". Is it as simple as changing that property to be some later version? I expect I should do a "mvn clean" first, but are there any other steps I should take?
Is there documentation out there for updating vaadin between versions? Obviously, updating between major versions is more involved, but I imagine the high level steps are the same whether we are updating between major or minor versions. Also, I imagine there are similar high level warnings for both types of updates ( there will be differences, of course ).
Just update the "vaadin.version" property in your pom.xml to the new version you would like to use and do a simple "mvn clean install" or "mvn clean deploy" (depending on your needs) after that. Everything should run smooth after that.