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From "Napoleon Esmundo C. Ramirez" <>
Subject Re: deployment
Date Wed, 25 Jul 2007 13:39:13 GMT
Hello John,

What version are you using?  IIRC, the Deployment Repository Directory is no
longer used in 1.1.  It is much better to use the <distributionManagement>
of the project.

The simplest usage of the <distributionManagement> is like this:


The supported protocols include scp, sftp, ftp and webdav.  If the url is a
secure resource, you may need to map the corresponding credentials in your
settings.xml like:


Take note that the <id> should be the same.

More info at the Maven site.  I hope this helps. :)


On 7/25/07, John Coleman <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am building my projects in continuum using the Maven deploy phase. I
> have created a directory under the app server area to hold deployments,
> and set this up in continuums Deployment Repository Directory setting.
> How do I configure distributionManagement in my POM to use that
> directory?
> John
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