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diff --git a/doc/ant.txt b/doc/ant.txt
index 06ba3f3..fc500c3 100644
--- a/doc/ant.txt
+++ b/doc/ant.txt
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ Repository for it, ship it as another source and install it.
 [source,spec]
 -------------
 BuildRequires: ant
-BuildRequires: maven-local
+BuildRequires: javapackages-local
 ...
 %build
 ant test
diff --git a/doc/core_java_packages.txt b/doc/core_java_packages.txt
index 34e0728..2baf4b2 100644
--- a/doc/core_java_packages.txt
+++ b/doc/core_java_packages.txt
@@ -51,9 +51,39 @@ non-zero epoch in order to keep version ordering correct.
 =======
 
 
+==== Java Packages Tools
+
+Java Packages Tools are packaged as severas binary RPM packages
+
+*`maven-local`*::
+
+    This package provides a complete environment which is required to
+    build Java packages using Apache Maven build system.  This
+    includes a default system version of Java Development Kit (JDK),
+    Maven, a number of Maven plugins commonly used to build packages,
+    various macros and utlilty tools.  `maven-local` is usually
+    declared as build dependency of Maven packages.
+
+*`ivy-local`*::
+
+    Analogously to `maven-local`, this package provides an environment
+    required to build Java packages using Apache Ivy as dependency
+    manager.
+
+*`javapackages-local`*::
+
+    Package providing a basic environment necessary to geterate and
+    install metadata for system artifact repository.
+
+*`javapackages-tools`*::
+
+    Package owning basic Java directories and providing runtime
+    support for Java packages.  The great majority of Java packages
+    depend on `javapackages-tools`.
+
+
 TODO
 
-* Java Packages Tools
 * Ant
 ** extra tasks and /etc/ant.d
 * Maven
diff --git a/doc/directory_layout.txt b/doc/directory_layout.txt
index 862ccd4..907777d 100644
--- a/doc/directory_layout.txt
+++ b/doc/directory_layout.txt
@@ -34,13 +34,6 @@ short description.
     Maven are installed.  Each POM must have name that strictly
     corresponds to JAR file in `%{_javadir}` or `%{_jnidir}`.
 
-*`%{_mavendepmapfragdir}`* -- `/usr/share/maven-fragments`::
-
-    Directory containing package metadata in XML format.  Typically
-    each binary package installs there a single XML file containing
-    various information (metadata) about artifacts associated with
-    that package.
-
 
 .Other directories
 [glossary]
diff --git a/doc/generic_java_build.txt b/doc/generic_java_build.txt
index 6fb09bb..5c29c95 100644
--- a/doc/generic_java_build.txt
+++ b/doc/generic_java_build.txt
@@ -11,49 +11,18 @@ POM or JAR file, we may use the `%add_maven_depmap` macro. However, if package
 is build in standard way (i.e.: `%mvn_build` and `%mvn_install`), then calling
 `%add_maven_depmap` is neither needed nor recommended.  This macro is usually
 useful only for packages that use other build tool than Maven (e.g.: ant,
-gradle).  It creates files in `%{_mavendepmapfragdir}` that map
-groupId:artifactId pairs to JAR files under `%{_javadir}`. These files are
-called depmap fragments. The macro can read the groupId and artifactId from the
-POM file or maintainer can pass this information as an argument.  All fragments
-in `%{_mavendepmapfragdir}` directory are read by XMvn, allowing the
-locally installed JAR and POM files to be used as a maven repository.
-
-Note that -- unless you use the `-f` option as shown below -- all
-depmap fragments for a given package are written to the same file,
-`%{_mavendepmapfragdir}/%{name}`. You should be sure to include this
-file in the `%files` section of your RPM.
+gradle).
 
 For the macro to work properly, all JAR files must be copied into `%{_javadir}`
-and all POM files must be copied into `%{_mavenpomdir}` and given file names of
-the following form, where `jarname` is the name of the JAR without the .jar
-suffix:
+and all POM files must be copied into `%{_mavenpomdir}`.
 
-[source,spec]
---------
-%{_mavenpomdir}/JPP[.subdirectory]-jarname.pom
---------
-
-Note that the subdirectory is only necessary if the JAR file is put into a
-subdirectory of `%{_javadir}`. For example:
-
-* For junit, the JAR is `%{_javadir}/junit.jar`, so the POM would be
-  `%{_mavenpomdir}/JPP-junit.pom`.
-* For plexus-ant-factory, the JAR is `%{_javadir}/plexus/ant-factory.jar`, so
-  the POM would named `%{_mavenpomdir}/JPP.plexus-ant-factory.pom`.
-
-If a POM is installed with no corresponding JAR file -- for example, for parent
-POM files -- the same convention should be followed:
-
-* The Apache commons parent POM is installed in
-  `%{_mavenpomdir}/JPP-commons-parent.pom`.
-
-In its simplest form (a POM without a JAR file), `%add_maven_depmap` looks like
+In simplest form (a POM without a JAR file), `%add_maven_depmap` looks like
 this:
 
 .Parent POM
 [source,spec]
 --------
-%add_maven_depmap JPP-%{name}.pom
+%add_maven_depmap %{name}.pom
 --------
 
 This will read the POM file in question and provide a mapping between the
@@ -65,7 +34,7 @@ For a POM that maps directly to a JAR file, the following is the correct form:
 .Standard invocation
 [source,spec]
 --------
-%add_maven_depmap JPP-%{name}.pom %{name}.jar
+%add_maven_depmap %{name}.pom %{name}.jar
 --------
 
 In addition to creating the POM mapping, this will also ensure that the correct
@@ -82,7 +51,7 @@ mapping between Maven artifact and corresponding JAR file:
 .Providing additional artifact mappings
 [source,spec]
 --------
-%add_maven_depmap JPP-%{name}.pom %{name}.jar -a "org.apache.commons:commons-lang"
+%add_maven_depmap %{name}.pom %{name}.jar -a "org.apache.commons:commons-lang"
 --------
 This form also adds additional mappings for given POM/JAR file. For example, if
 the POM file indicates that it contains groupId commons-lang, artifactId
@@ -94,16 +63,16 @@ require different IDs than those reflected in the installed POM.
 .Multiple subpackages
 [source,spec]
 --------
-%add_maven_depmap JPP-%{name}.pom %{name}.jar -f "XXX"
+%add_maven_depmap %{name}.pom %{name}.jar -f "XXX"
 --------
-This form stores dependency mapping inside `%{_mavendepmapfragdir}/%{name}-XXX`
-instead of standard location. This is useful for packages with multiple
-subpackages where each has its own JAR files.
+This form stores metadata information in file with suffix "XXX".  This
+is useful for packages with multiple subpackages where each has its own
+JAR files.
 
 .Multiple artifacts in a subdirectory
 [source,spec]
 --------
-%add_maven_depmap JPP.%{name}-sub.pom %{name}/sub.jar
+%add_maven_depmap %{name}-sub.pom %{name}/sub.jar
 --------
 
 This form should be used when a package consists of multiple JAR files that are
diff --git a/doc/index.txt b/doc/index.txt
index f9af27e..22c9ab2 100644
--- a/doc/index.txt
+++ b/doc/index.txt
@@ -63,22 +63,6 @@ References
   'DocBook - The Definitive Guide'. O'Reilly & Associates. 1999.
   ISBN 1-56592-580-7.
 
-
-[glossary]
-Glossary
---------
-Glossaries are optional. Glossaries entries are an example of a style
-of AsciiDoc labeled lists.
-
-[glossary]
-[[Xdepmap]]depmap::
-  Depmap is a special file telling Maven relationships between
-  groupId,artifactId and JAR file on the filesystem
-
-A second glossary term::
-  The corresponding (indented) definition.
-
-
 ifdef::backend-docbook[]
 [index]
 Example Index
diff --git a/doc/maven.txt b/doc/maven.txt
index 7539d00..63c8cc8 100644
--- a/doc/maven.txt
+++ b/doc/maven.txt
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ BuildRequires:  maven-local
 
 The macros `%mvn_build` and `%mvn_install` automatically handle building of the
 JAR files and their subsequent installation to the correct directory. The
-corresponding POM and <<Xdepmap,depmap>> files are also installed.
+corresponding POM and metadata files are also installed.
 
 [[packaging_maven_project]]
 === Packaging Maven project
diff --git a/doc/mvn_macros.txt b/doc/mvn_macros.txt
index c1b9aa2..1115cc8 100644
--- a/doc/mvn_macros.txt
+++ b/doc/mvn_macros.txt
@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ If the project consists of multiple artifacts, it is recommended to install each
 artifact to the separate subpackage. The macro `%mvn_build -s` will generate
 separate `.mfiles` file for every artifact in the project. This file contains
 list of files related to specific artifact (typically JAR file, POM file and
-depmap). It can be later used in `%files` section of the spec file.
+metadata). It can be later used in `%files` section of the spec file.
 
 .Creating one subpackage for each generated artifact
 [source,spec]