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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: [Continuum 1.0.3] How does Deployment Repository work?
Date Wed, 26 Apr 2006 21:24:54 GMT
It works only for maven2 projects because for other types, we don't know what is the artifact

generated and where it is.

Emmanuel

Mang Jun Lau a écrit :
> Not working still.  I think I should mention I'm using a Shell script. 
> Does it work for that?
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> _Mang
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> Emmanuel Venisse <emmanuel@venisse.net> 
> 04/26/2006 04:50 PM
> Please respond to
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> Re: [Continuum 1.0.3] How does Deployment Repository work?
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> Continuum will copy them in :
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> P:\builds\groupIdOfArtifacts\artifactIdOfArtifacts\versionOfArtifacts
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> like a standard repository
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> Emmanuel
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> Mang Jun Lau a écrit :
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>>hmm...ok.  So after a successful build, Continuum takes all the 
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> artifacts 
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>>from each target directory in the numbered working directory and copies 
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> it 
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>>to a location you specify.  So I have the following tree:
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>>working-directory
>>|--- 1
>>      - pom.xml
>>     |--- dir1
>>           - pom.xml
>>          |--- target
>>                - dir1.jar
>>     |--- dir2
>>           - pom.xml
>>          |--- target
>>                - dir2.war
>>     |--- dir3
>>           - pom.xml
>>          |--- target
>>                - dir3.ear
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>>So Continuum will detect and copy dir1.jar, dir2.war, and dir3.ear to 
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> the 
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>>specified location (P:\builds in my case) upon a successful build?
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>>_Mang
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>>Emmanuel Venisse <emmanuel@venisse.net> 
>>04/26/2006 04:31 PM
>>Please respond to
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>>Re: [Continuum 1.0.3] How does Deployment Repository work?
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>>I just tested it with D:\repocontinuum and it works fine. Artifacts and 
>>metadata are created in 
>>sub-directories of it.
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>>Emmanuel
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>>Mang Jun Lau a écrit :
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>>>That's what I did.  I did configure it in the Configuration screen.  In 
>>>the "Deployment Repository Directory" field, I put P:\builds.  When the 
>>>build is complete, the build is not copied over to P:\builds though.
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>>>_Mang
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>>>Emmanuel Venisse <emmanuel@venisse.net> 
>>>04/26/2006 03:32 PM
>>>Please respond to
>>>continuum-users@maven.apache.org
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>>>Subject
>>>Re: [Continuum 1.0.3] How does Deployment Repository work?
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>>>the deployment repository is an internal continuum repository that you 
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>>can 
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>>>use as a repository with 
>>>m2. When an artifact is available in your target directory, continuum 
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>>copy 
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>>>it in the deployment 
>>>repository even with "clean install" goals.
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>>>If you want to activate it, you must configure it in configuration 
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>>screen.
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>>>Emmanuel
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>>>Mang Jun Lau a écrit :
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>>>
>>>>Hi,
>>>>
>>>>I think my question got passed over yesterday because it was part of 
>>>>another thread.  My question was asking how the new deployment 
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>>>repository 
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>>>>feature works.  I put P:\builds into the Deployment 
>>>>Repository Directory field and the build was not copied over after it 
>>>>finished.  Am I missing some setting or something?
>>>>
>>>>Thanks.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>_Mang
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