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There is no substantial difference between running the code generator with Maven or in standalone mode. Both modes use the exact same <configuration/> element. The Maven plugin configuration adds some additional boilerplate around that:

  <!-- Specify the maven code generator plugin -->
  <!-- Use org.jooq            for the Open Source Edition
         for commercial editions, 
  for commercial editions with Java 6 support,
           org.jooq.trial      for the free trial edition 
       Note: Only the Open Source Edition is hosted on Maven Central. 
             Import the others manually from your distribution -->


Additional Maven-specific flags

There are, however, some additional, Maven-specific flags that can be specified with the jooq-codegen-maven plugin only:


        <!-- A boolean property (or constant) can be specified here to tell the plugin not to do anything -->

        <!-- Instead of providing an inline configuration here, you can specify an external XML configuration file here -->
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