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||Fri, 03 June 2011 04:00
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Registered: May 2011
Thanks for the reply.
But that is not quite the plan. We use Nexus as repository proxy and for
eclipselink we added about 5 mirrors as they come and go.
I want to mirror the eclipse(link) master so I dont rely on 'luck' if
mirrors are available.
Of course I can do that manually in our nexus but that means work on
Am 01.06.2011 22:09, schrieb tbee:
> Basically a Maven is just a predefined directory structure that is
> accessible through HTTP. So setting up a web server and copying files
> into place suffices to create your own Maven repository.
> Better though is to download the free version of Sonatype's Nexus server
> and install that. It creates a managed Maven repository, so it'll take
> care of all the conventions for you and has a good GUI.
> You can then upload artifacts that are not in other repositories, or
> create mirrors of other repositories, so any artifacts are automatically
> copied to your local repo.
> On 1-6-2011 18:17, news.eclipse.org wrote:
>> Are there instructions on how I can create an own Mirror for
>> Eclipselink Maven2 Artifacts? (would be located in germany)
>> We frequently run into trouble with the mirror link provided at
>> It sometimes redirects to a broken mirror and then does that for days.
>> Or are there any plans to add eclipselink artifacts into central? See
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