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From Geoff Clitheroe <>
Subject Re: How to build Read/Write Enterprise repository for Ivy
Date Thu, 16 Jul 2009 21:18:54 GMT
Hi Vijay,

You could try adding the credential tag to your ivy settings before
your resolvers

<credentials host="" realm="" username="" passwd=""/>

We have just been through the process of setting up an enterprise
repo.  I found that not all Ivy features are available for an
m2compatible repo.  The thing I really wanted but couldn't get to work
from M2 was build number.  For our internal publishing repo it is
straight Ivy so that build numbers work and I also publish to an M2
repo so it looks the same as our mirror of the central maven repos for

If I was about to start this again I would look seriously at Nexus for
running the enterprise mirror - it has some really nice features such
as being able to index your repo so you can search by class name from
within an ide.  I have seen a few questions posted here about Nexus so
maybe some Ivy users with actual experience would like to comment?
I'd like to here as well - I'm still thinking about running Nexus.


On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 2:39 AM, Vijay
Pande<> wrote:
> Hello,
> We are using Ivy as our dependency resolver and would like to build our
> intranet enterprise Read/Write repository. We provided the user credentials
> and host details in ‘settings’ tag in our build file at the time of loading
> the ivy-settings. However it seems it is able to authenticate the user but
> not able to authorize it. We would like to form our local enterprise
> repository from the maven2 repository and other available repositories. I
> have attached my build.xml and ivy-settings.xml for your reference. Kindly
> help us to resolve the issue.
> Thanks and Regards,
> Vijay Pande
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