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artifactory seems unable to find plugins

spotlight2001

artifactory is running.

if the plugins/jars are already in repository (initial upload from local
repository) then it works OK.

plugins which are not there:
like maven-surefire ... they cant be found.

plugins which are in the central repo. (i have it in my artifactory config)
see config files attached

artifactory conf
http://www.nabble.com/file/8038/artifactory.config.xml
artifactory.config.xml

local maven conf
http://www.nabble.com/file/8040/settings.xml settings.xml

the goal is:
local user only goes to organisation repository.

---

As suggested in another post, I deleted the files in local-repo.
mvn -U also doesnt help.

Thanks for any help.
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Re: artifactory seems unable to find plugins

Thorsten Heit
Hi,

> artifactory is running.
>
> if the plugins/jars are already in repository (initial upload from local
> repository) then it works OK.
>
> plugins which are not there:
> like maven-surefire ... they cant be found.

Are you sitting behind a firewall? If yes, you have to configure a proxy in your artifactory config.

BTW: Have you had a look in the log files generated by Artifactory? What error messages are shown there?


Regards

Thorsten


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Re: artifactory seems unable to find plugins

Reinhard Nägele
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In your settings.xml, there are only your internal plugin repositories defined but not the central repository. This probably explains your problem.

Reinhard


-----Original Message-----
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Subject: [Artifactory-users] artifactory seems unable to find plugins


artifactory is running.

if the plugins/jars are already in repository (initial upload from local
repository) then it works OK.

plugins which are not there:
like maven-surefire ... they cant be found.

plugins which are in the central repo. (i have it in my artifactory config) see config files attached

artifactory conf
http://www.nabble.com/file/8038/artifactory.config.xml
artifactory.config.xml

local maven conf
http://www.nabble.com/file/8040/settings.xml settings.xml

the goal is:
local user only goes to organisation repository.

---

As suggested in another post, I deleted the files in local-repo.
mvn -U also doesnt help.

Thanks for any help.
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Re: artifactory seems unable to find plugins

Thorsten Heit
> In your settings.xml, there are only your internal plugin repositories
> defined but not the central repository. This probably explains your problem.

This shouldn't be a problem as long as Artifactory is configured correctly to access the (external) repositories...


Thorsten


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Re: artifactory seems unable to find plugins

Reinhard Nägele
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I just checked again. This does not seem to be the case. The settings.xml defines the following plugin repos:

<pluginRepository>
  <id>central</id>
  <url>http://10.64.1.38:8082/artifactory/plugins-releases</url>
</pluginRepository>

<pluginRepository>
  <id>snapshots</id>
  <url>http://10.64.1.38:8082/artifactory/plugins-snapshots</url>
</pluginRepository>

None of them is listed in the Artifactory config file.

Reinhard


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> In your settings.xml, there are only your internal plugin repositories
> defined but not the central repository. This probably explains your problem.

This shouldn't be a problem as long as Artifactory is configured correctly to access the (external) repositories...


Thorsten

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Re: artifactory seems unable to find plugins

Yoav Landman
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Exactly.
You should add them as local repositories in artifactory config, or if
you wish to be using a unified local repository for both plugins and
regular artifacts, point the settings' plugin repositories to:
http://10.64.1.38:8082/artifactory/local-repo, or just,
http://10.64.1.38:8082/artifactory/repo for global local repository
search (remote repositories are accessed after the artifact cannot be
located in local repositories).

On 4/23/07, Reinhard Nägele <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I just checked again. This does not seem to be the case. The settings.xml defines the following plugin repos:
>
> <pluginRepository>
>   <id>central</id>
>   <url>http://10.64.1.38:8082/artifactory/plugins-releases</url>
> </pluginRepository>
>
> <pluginRepository>
>   <id>snapshots</id>
>   <url>http://10.64.1.38:8082/artifactory/plugins-snapshots</url>
> </pluginRepository>
>
> None of them is listed in the Artifactory config file.
>
> Reinhard
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Thorsten Heit
> Sent: Montag, 23. April 2007 13:05
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: [Artifactory-users] artifactory seems unable to find plugins
>
> > In your settings.xml, there are only your internal plugin repositories
> > defined but not the central repository. This probably explains your problem.
>
> This shouldn't be a problem as long as Artifactory is configured correctly to access the (external) repositories...
>
>
> Thorsten
>
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