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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Open Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      Description

      In many case, I can find the library from the global maven repository (www.ibiblio.org/maven). but sometimes I can't find some library in it.

      Because of that reason, I manually download the required library from the site and copy the private maven repository.(make group id and artifact id and so on..)

      This kind of things make me bothering.

      Maven proxy provide making local maven repository and some management feature(find library ...).

      Additionally, I wish that maven proxy provide the library uploading feature.

      <Example scenario>
      1. In web ui, make group Id
      2. make artifact id
      3. upload library through the web
      4. maven proxy system generates md5 checksum and add the library to local maven repository.

      Is there any idea, pleas mail to me.(ranma96@naver.com)

      Thank you.

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        Barrie Treloar added a comment -

        Maven proxy shouldn't need to support this feature.

        Either google ibiblio for the correct jar file and use that or file a request to get the artifact into ibiblio.
        See http://maven.apache.org/guides/mini/guide-ibiblio-upload.html. (They are reasonably responsive)

        For un-distributable 3rd party jars then deploy them into your company's repository using
        http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-deploy-plugin/deploy-file-mojo.html

        e.g.

        mvn deploy:deploy-file -DgroupId=GROUP_ID -DartifactId=ARTIFACT_ID -Dversion=VERSION_ID -DgeneratePom=true \
        -Dpackaging=jar \
        -Dfile=PATH/TO/JAR \
        -DrepositoryId=YOUR_COMPANYS_REPO_ID \
        -Durl=scp://YOUR_COMPANYS_REPO_IP/PATH/TO/REPO

        Then maven proxy just proxies your company's repo as usual.
        No changes to maven proxy needed.

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        Barrie Treloar added a comment - Maven proxy shouldn't need to support this feature. Either google ibiblio for the correct jar file and use that or file a request to get the artifact into ibiblio. See http://maven.apache.org/guides/mini/guide-ibiblio-upload.html . (They are reasonably responsive) For un-distributable 3rd party jars then deploy them into your company's repository using http://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-deploy-plugin/deploy-file-mojo.html e.g. mvn deploy:deploy-file -DgroupId=GROUP_ID -DartifactId=ARTIFACT_ID -Dversion=VERSION_ID -DgeneratePom=true \ -Dpackaging=jar \ -Dfile=PATH/TO/JAR \ -DrepositoryId=YOUR_COMPANYS_REPO_ID \ -Durl=scp://YOUR_COMPANYS_REPO_IP/PATH/TO/REPO Then maven proxy just proxies your company's repo as usual. No changes to maven proxy needed.
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        Ben Walding added a comment -

        maven-proxy is no longer supported.

        We recommend that you look at Artifactory for your maven proxy needs.

        http://www.jfrog.org/sites/artifactory/1.2/

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        Ben Walding added a comment - maven-proxy is no longer supported. We recommend that you look at Artifactory for your maven proxy needs. http://www.jfrog.org/sites/artifactory/1.2/

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            Reporter:
            Lee Kihwa
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