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I have received a J2EE project which has some servlets defined. I have imported this project in Eclipse [Version: Mars Release (4.5.0)] as a Java project.

This project has a pom.xml defined which contains a list of dependencies. How can pull the dependencies defined in pom.xml. When I open pom.xml it opens as a raw xml.

Do I need to import this project as a Maven project?
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yes import as maven project.
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