|Re: [eclipselink-users] Trouble with Maven repository/artifacts|
Hi Jon,The URL you list should be correct (http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?r=1&nf=1&file=/technology/eclipselink/maven.repo).
The other URL you have listed is the wiki with the instructions. Have you had a look at it?
From what I can tell from your error message, you are trying to get some Spring bundles. Is that correct? If so, you will likely need a different repository to get it. Take a look at the wiki with the instructions to see what you can get from our repository - there is even some sample POM xml.
If the above doesn't help, let us know what the parts of your pom.xml entries for EclipseLink look like and a full list of the error messages you are seeing are.
-Tom kosmjon wrote:
Hi, The wiki says to use: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?r=1&nf=1&file=/technology/eclipselink/maven.repo and a post from March says to use: http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseLink/Maven Adding either of these repos to my parent POM results in errors such as this: --- Reason: Error getting POM for 'org.springframework.osgi:junit.osgi' from the repository: Unable to read local copy of metadata: Cannot read metadata from 'c:\docume~1\jkosmoski\.m2\repository\org\springframework\osgi\junit.osgi\3.8.2-SNAPSHOT\maven-metadata-eclipselink-repository.xml': end tag name must match start tag name from line 70 (position: START_TAG seen ... /skins/eclipse/wiki_header.jpg ... @70:74)org.springframework.osgi:junit.osgi:pom:3.8.2-SNAPSHOT --- I was able to pull some artifacts down, but the .pom files contained HTML (from the wiki?) and the jars were the wrong sizes and appeared to have nothing in them. I was able to manually pull the stuff down and artificially fill in my local repository, but hopefully we can get this corrected. Thanks, - Jon
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