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Subject Re: Publishing and then resolving transitive dependencies
Date Mon, 21 Jul 2014 18:49:38 GMT
Hi Dan,

there are many reasons that could possibly be the cause for your problem, 
too many to 
list them all.

Could you post your ivy.xml files, your ivy settings and your resolve 
calls (or, in IvyDE,
the classpath container configuration)?

In IvyDE, have a look at the special lvy Console (in the console view, 
click the right-most
button in the toolbar and select "Ivy Console". In that console's toolbar 
you can increase
the output level to "Debug" or "Verbose", for example.

I'd also suggest cleaning or temporarily moving away your Ivy cache 
(typically ~/.ivy2/cache).
Maybe you have some old, broken content in there which prevents a new 
version being
pulled in.

Good luck

Dan Hargreaves <> wrote on 21.07.2014 

> Von: Dan Hargreaves <>
> An:,
> Datum: 21.07.2014 18:55
> Betreff: Antwort: Publishing and then resolving transitive dependencies
> Carsten,
> Thank you for your reply.  In my Artifactory repository I do have the 
> ivy.xml file sitting next to the published jars that I am depending on 
> but IvyDE doesn't seem to attempt to download the dependencies specified 

> in the ivy file...  I don't know what else I can try to get IvyDE to 
> pick it up.
> In the repository I have
>      mymodule
>              0.1-SNAPSHOT
>                      myjar.jar
>                      ivy.xml
>      mydependency
>              0.2-SNAPSHOT
>                      dependency.jar
>                      ivy.xml
> mymodule depends on mydependency and that is specified in the ivy.xml of 

> mymodule.  But when I resolve mymodule I never get mydependency 
> downloaded or even any messages about it in the console  :(
> Thank you again for any suggestions
> Dan.

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