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 Q1. What is a transitive dependency ? Can we override Transitive Dependency version and If Yes, how ?Maven
Ans. Transitive dependency is the dependencies not defined directly in the current POM but the POM of the dependent projects.

Yes we can override transitive dependency version by specifying the dependency in the current POM.

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