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Wow, this had me tearing my hair out, banging my head against walls, tables and other things.I had the same or a similar issue as the OP where it was either missing / not downloading the jar files or downloading them, but not including them in the Maven dependencies with the same error message.My limited knowledge of java packaging and maven probably didn't help.
So finally, I changed the dependency properties form bundle to jar (again using the dependency properties window), which finally downloaded and referenced the dependencies properly after saving the changes.
I had the same problem, maven was complaining about a missing artifact, even though it existed in .m2/repository/[...]. In my case the problem was that I forgot to specify the correct repository in the pom.xml from which the package was downloaded originally (download by another project).
But in the .m2 folder under validation folder...the jar didnt get downloaded. I am not sure about the issue. But i downloaded the same jar from maven official website and placed in the .m2 folder under respective folder and cleaned the project. The error gone and it started working now.
So, I had to bite the bullet and delete my entire /.ivy2/ cache folder and wait for 2GB of dependencies to be downloaded again. I'm not familiar with what sort of cache manifests get written in there, but this must have been a corruption of one of them.
I have tried many tips but the only one that works is this one. Update the Maven configuration. Right-click on pom.xml, Run as -> Maven build (the 2nd one). Enter "clean package" in the Goals fields. Check the Skip Tests box. Then Run, it will properly download all the jars and the problem is fixed.