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In order to build/install/deploy an artifact, you must choose a = group id.=20
If the artifact comes from a public repository, the choice is easy-- use= the existing group id.=20
But if it is a jar from a commercial product or something you are buildi= ng internally, you'll have to make a decision.=20
Search repo1.maven.org/maven2 or mvnrepository for the artifact. If you = find an exact match, use that.=20
Look at the package structure within the jar. The groupId does not have = to exactly match the package. Define logical groups of artifacts-- com.ibm.= websphere is fine, you don't need com.ibm.websphere.util.proxy and com.ibm.= websphere.request (those are invented...)=20
For internal artifacts, again groupIds should be logical groups, not nec= essarily an exact match for the package structure.