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From "Colbert Philippe (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (AMQ-4679) Provide Maven repository(s) and artifact name to download ActiveMQ...
Date Wed, 14 Aug 2013 05:04:53 GMT


Colbert Philippe commented on AMQ-4679:

Hi Mr. Timoty Bish!   Thanks for your reply.   It allowed me to move forward a bit.   The
download of ActiveMQ moved forward significantly.

But there is another problem.  The download stopped a one transitive dependency artifact:


I searched for this artifact in the repository search engine and there is a difference between
the version ActiveMQ is using and the one in the Maven repository.   Look


Do you see the difference?

Here is my full error display

> Downloading org.apache.qpid:proton-jms:pom:0.3.0-fuse-2
> Building SomeLocalApplication
> Downloading org.apache.qpid:proton-jms:jar:0.3.0-fuse-2
> Buildr aborted!
> RuntimeError : Failed to download org.apache.qpid:proton-jms:jar:0.3.0-fuse-2, tried
the following repositories:

Can you find a solution to this discrepancy?   I suspect that you might have to update library
org.apache.qpid:proton-jms:jar:0.3.0-fuse-2 to the most current one available.

Also, I strongly suggest that you test the full download of ActiveMQ with the coordinate you
give on your website.   You might have to delete your own local Maven to do a full test.

> Provide Maven repository(s) and artifact name to download ActiveMQ...
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: AMQ-4679
>                 URL:
>             Project: ActiveMQ
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>            Reporter: Colbert Philippe
> I am having trouble downloading ActiveMQ with Apache Buildr.
> ActiveMQ website does not provide the Maven repository URL(s) and the artifact name to
> Please provide this information clearly on your website and test weather it downloads
with tools like Maven and Graple and Buildr.

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