The Maven dependent scope attribute is used to specify a dependency's visibility across multiple lifecycle phases (build, test, runtime etc). Compile, supplied, runtime, test, system, and import are the six scopes available in Maven.
Maven has some new capabilities, such as dependency, which is used to get the dependent jar from the internet before running the test. We can run the test scripts from the command line without using eclipse thanks to Maven. It also always gives the folder structure for the framework.
Compile, runtime, supplied, system, test, and import are the six scopes defined by Maven.
Maven's dependency management feature enables teams to keep track of dependencies for multi-module projects and applications. Hundreds, if not thousands, of modules can be found in these systems. Maven can assist teams in defining, creating, and maintaining repeatable builds.
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