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Nexus error updating group repository metadata

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There is also a workaround which is to use the Maven 3 property maven.metadata.legacy.

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This demonstrates a nice way to avoid this problem in the future.Thanks You also need to grant the user privileges to write artifacts into the target repository.Hi: I am trying to add Spring (as an example) as a dependency using Ant Tasks for Maven (inlining in the Ant build.xml).Please verify its path and try again Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Setting up Remove Process No Match for argument: apf Determining fastest mirrors * base: centos.* centosplus: centos.* extras: mirrors.* update: centos.Cacti EZ | 2.9 k B Cacti EZ/primary_db | 13 k B [Errno 14] PYCURL ERROR 22 - "The requested URL returned error: 404" Trying other mirror.Please verify its path and try again Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: centos.* centosplus: centos.* extras: mirrors.* update: centos. [Errno 14] PYCURL ERROR 22 - "The requested URL returned error: 404" Trying other mirror.In this article you will learn how to write a Jenkins CI Plugin and how to use the REST API from the Sonatype Nexus repository.

I am using Maven and Jersey (JAX-RS) for the project. I hope this blog will encourage you to write your own Jenkins plugins and share them with the community. There comes a time in every developers life when you need write your own extension, addon or plugin when using open source software.

A lot of enterprise businesses are still on very old distros.

I am working on Cent OS4.5 for a client currently, and have to do a lot of things that normally shouldn't have to be [email protected] D It looks like OP is using http and when I ran into the same issue I too was using http not https.

This blog article will guide you through the creation of a Jenkins plugin.

After that we will enhance the plugin to do some actual work and add custom metadata to the artifact in the Nexus repository.

After each successful build step metadata is added to the deployed artifact, i.e. To get started you can use maven-hpi-plugin to create the project blueprint.