Gae Runtime Manager.ensure Gae Runtime With Sdk(Gae Runtime Manager.java:55) at com.google.appengine.maven.
Gae Facet Gae Facet(Gae Facet Manager.java:59) at com.google.appengine.maven.
So, deleting the .settings folder would have resolved the Maven error, but I wanted to keep some of my local configuration files.
I resolved the conflict, then tried a Maven update again and it worked. Null Pointer Exception at com.google.appengine.maven. Gae Runtime Gae Runtime(Gae Runtime Manager.java:85) at com.google.appengine.maven.
To resolve in this scenario: Un-instrument the project folders you wish to update.
* Please note depending on the marketplace, orders that do not have shipping information may not be imported.This issue has been fixed in m2e 1.5.0 which is available for Eclipse Kepler (4.3) and Luna (4.4) Please see https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=374332#c14 The problem is caused by the fact that STS (the Spring IDE/Eclipse), as well Eclipse and other Eclipse based IDE's, use the m2e(clipse) plugin but that eclipse:eclipse has been probably been run on the project.There are a few reasons why your orders may not be importing, including connection issues with your marketplace, custom order statuses, order types, and some other reasons.Marketplace Connection Issue: If you are encountering an error message when you attempt to update your store(s) within Ship Station, you may need to reconfigure your store. Order Status Mapping: Some marketplaces allow custom statuses, where you must map your custom status to the Ship Station order statuses.