atlas compile issue due to maven dependency

I am getting an issue while running atlas-run command. It says required dependencies are not found. But I have made sure that the required jars are indeed present in my m2 local repository (with the correct folder structure). Since I am behind a corporate firewall, I don't want my maven looking up outside for resolving dependencies , in the maven central repository. Hence I have intentionally not configured the proxy settings in maven settings.xml. Is there any specific, setting required (other than defining local repo) to make sure that local repo is first checked and only if the dependencies are NOT present, to try and check in any other repositories ?

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It seems that the m2 local repository is getting ignored. I was facing the same issue and in my case the local profile was not activated. Please check if the profile is activated. Can get more information on - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12258679/maven-couldnt-find-jars-from-m2-reposistory

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