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From "Brown, Carlton" <>
Subject RE: New user questions
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2008 15:18:51 GMT
That definitely sounds like what I was hoping for.  I shall investigate
further.  Thanks Mayer.  

-----Original Message-----
From: Crystal, Mayer [] 
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 9:46 AM
Subject: RE: New user questions

Hi Carlton,

	I think what you are after is the ivy publish task
What this will do is publish (copy) the artifacts declared in your ivy
file to the repository that is referenced (assuming it supports
publishing), and this can also be used to create an ivy.xml file which
has all wildcards replaced with actual versions.  Note:  this isn't
exactly autogenerating as it generates it off of the ivy file used for
the build, but I assume this is the functionality that you are looking

- Mayer

-----Original Message-----
From: Brown, Carlton [] 
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 9:32 AM
Subject: New user questions

Hi all,
After reading through the manual, I was unable to find an answer for 2
questions that I have:
1:  Does Ivy have a facility for automating the publishing of artifacts
to a repository (such as Archiva) ?   If so, how is this accomplished?
2:  How can I use Ivy to auto-generate an ivy.xml file describing the
exact artifacts and checksums that were resolved in this build?   I know
it is possible to generate a nicely formatted human-friendly report, but
what I really want is an ivy.xml that I can use as an input to a later
If I am missing the point of Ivy somehow, please feel free to point out
where I'm misunderstanding.

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