WaveMaker application encloses a pom.xml. It maintains the build resources, including filters, profiles, repositories, plugin management, dependencies, and user customizations.
You would have to edit pom.xml when changing the dependency versions or add custom configurations for immediate fixes when needed. When you keep adding these configurations, it lengthens the generated pom.xml with the details of the application configurations and the Studio configurations that the developers only sometimes need access to. For this reason, the pom structure has been remodeled to inherit from the parent pom, making it easy to read and manage the code.