Maven SCM Plugin: Git SSH provider not found

I’m having a problem using the Maven SCM plugin with Git. I cannot get the plugin to work at all because it says the provider is not found. It gives me the following error when I run mvn scm:tag:

[ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-scm-plugin:1.9:tag (default-cli) on project hello-world-service-minimal: Cannot run tag command : Can’t load the scm provider. No such provider: ‘git:ssh://[email protected]’ . -> [Help 1]

My pom.xml looks like the following:






     <developerConnection>scm:git:ssh://[email protected]|PROJECT_NAME/hello-world-service-minimal.git</developerConnection>



Anyone have any idea how to fix this? This is driving me crazy. I can’t figure out what I am doing wrong at all.

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The <url> tag is for a regular browsable URL. You need a <connection> tag (<connection> is for read access, <developerConnection> is for write access):

  <connection>scm:git:ssh://[email protected]|PROJECT_NAME/hello-world-service-minimal.git</connection>
  <developerConnection>scm:git:ssh://[email protected]|PROJECT_NAME/hello-world-service-minimal.git</developerConnection>

See the Maven POM Reference for more information.