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From Deng Ching <>
Subject Re: HTTP ERROR 500 in Archiva
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2012 03:17:09 GMT
Hi Kesler,

In future, please send your questions to instead
of issues@ since that mailing list is specifically for JIRA notifications
only :)

Regarding the error 500, can you paste the exception/error you got in and send the link? Attachments are disabled in the
mailing lists IIRC..

Regarding the roles, there are only two roles available in Archiva by
default: Repository Manager or Repository Observer.
The manager role allows users to read and write (upload/delete) to the
repository while the observer role gives users read-only access to the

I think it's possible to define your own role (with custom permissions) but
that would involve hacking through the redback.xml file
in archiva-security jar file. That's where the roles and permissions are
defined. If you'll look into the sources of archiva-security/ in 1.3.x
branch, you can look at how the roles and permissions are configured and


On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 5:14 PM, kesler wang <> wrote:

> Hi Archiva Team,
>    There is 500 ERROR when I use Archiva 1.3.5, please have a look.
>    I did following operations:
>    1. Start archiva service with command:  archiva console  (win7 64bit OS)
>    2. Visit localhost:8080/archiva and login successful.
>    3. Upload artifact : Group Id : test
>                               Artifact Id : test
>                               Version: 1
>                               Packaging: com
>                               Classifier: empty
>                              Artifact File: is any jar file
>                             Repository Id : Internal
>        click  submit, there is a message notice me Artifact 'test:test:1'
> was successfully deployed to repository 'internal'
>    4. I can find file "" file under archiva folder.
>    5. Try to delete artifact  with same property value, there is an
> exception, please get it from attachment.
>   And there is other question: May I define a role by myself ?  Like I
> want a user has permissions to upload and read artifacts,  but can't delete
> any artifact.  Could you let me know how to do that? Thanks a lot.
>   Looking forward your reply.
> Cheers
> Kesler

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