Clover loaded new version which won't execute because of expired license

We are migrating our build tools to another location (as part of closing this office). As such, we let our license lapse. This was not a problem until today when the new version of clover auto loaded and now our maven builds fail because that new version won't execute because the license expired. This is unexpected and, frankly, really stupid. It was working fine with the old version, it should not have autoloaded a version that it couldn't use - it broke our builds. How do I get back to a version that works? ie 3.1.4 was working fine, but 3.1.5 refuses to work.

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You should explicitly specify a version number you want to use, for example:

<plugin>
    <groupId>com.atlassian.maven.plugins</groupId>
    <artifactId>maven-clover2-plugin</artifactId>
    <version>3.1.4</version>
</plugin>

we don't currently have the clover plugin referenced in our poms. does that mean we have to add this to each pom?

Typically it's enough to specify it in top-level pom only.

that worked for us. Thank you!

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