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From "Morgovsky, Alexander \(US - Glen Mills\)" <>
Subject RE: Newbie Question
Date Thu, 07 Dec 2006 22:06:16 GMT
Maybe you should see which settings.xml file your Continuum instance is
using and make sure that your repositories are properly defined in

From: Randall Fidler [] 
Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 4:33 PM
Subject: Newbie Question



            I just downloaded Continuum yesterday (v1.0.3) and have
gotten it up and running on Windows 2003 server.  I am using a Maven2
project with Continuum and getting mixed results - i.e. sometimes it
runs farther down the line than other times.  


The project I'm using works fine on a development machine, compiles,
gets dependencies and all that fun stuff but on Continuum, sometimes it
cannot get dependencies (which I can see are in the local repository)
and other times it will download the dependencies, using -U, when it
executes 'clean' but then says it cannot find the dependency it just
downloaded when it runs 'package' or 'site' goals.  If it was a simple
case of the something not running, one particular goal, then I could
understand but it fails at different parts of the process for each build
run... sometimes it runs 10 seconds and other times 10 minutes.


To me, I would think this to be a Maven2 problem (pom is wrong) but the
project builds fine with Maven2 outside of Continuum so I thought this
support list was the most appropriate.



Note:  Using Java 1.5 JDK with default profile/schedule on Continuum and
did not use a URL to define the project; I uploaded the pom file.


Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.



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