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Re: [m2e-users] Needing to hint Javadoc to m2e

Do you have a Nexus / Artifactory in your organization? I mean, you can easily place the source and java doc there. If it's something that keeps getting refreshed, you can setup a build process job in Jenkins or a similar CI tool to push the changes and deploy it to Nexus / Artifactory

Asaf Mesika
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On Tuesday 27 March 2012 at 09:37, ThorbjÃrn Ravn Andersen wrote:



I have a problem with some legacy artifacts which do not have source or javadoc artifacts placed in Maven Central, but where the Javadoc has been published on a webserver, and where I have a source jar present in my workspace.


I would like to be able to hint to m2e that for a given artifact in the pom.xml, I would like to have my source jar âattachedâ to it as the source and the URL âattachedâ to it as the Javadoc location.    I would not like to modify the existing artifact or put dummy artifacts in my local repository as I would like a robust solution.


Any suggestions


(for StackOverflow participants there is 250 easy points for this on http://stackoverflow.com/q/9699631/53897)


Thanks for any suggestions.





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