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From Mark Reynolds <>
Subject Re: How to install artifact created with assembly artifact into Continuum's local repository
Date Tue, 04 Jul 2006 23:38:12 GMT
I have changed my multi-project build so it only builds the parent pom 
without --non-recursive. My parent pom is <packaging>pom</packaging> and 
the only thing that gets copied to the internal "Deployment 
Repository" 	is the parent pom. Is this the expected behavior? I would 
like to have all my module artifacts as well as artifacts created by the 
assembly plugin put into this repository. Is this possible?


-- Mark R

Mark Reynolds wrote:
> I should have mentioned that I am not talking about the local repository 
> used by maven (in .m2). Artifacts created with the assembly plugin get 
> installed in there just fine.
> Rather, I can't see how to get them to install into the local repository 
> configured in Continuum 1.0.3. Should I be able to do this?
> Thanks,
> -- Mark Reynolds
> Mark Reynolds wrote:
>> The primary artifact from each of my pom's are copied into Continuum's 
>> repository, but not the additional artifacts that are created using 
>> the assembly plugin. Is there a way to make this happen?

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