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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: Project on SVN with a not versioned parent
Date Tue, 09 Oct 2007 08:24:27 GMT


Raffaele a écrit :
> Ok, I'm starting to understand...
> 
> I have performed another test specifying the pom url of "leaf" project named
> common.
> Then I went to see logs and the sensible log rows are these(I've cut some
> shallow info):
> WARN  WagonManager:default           - Unable to get resource
> 'org.pss.toolkit:toolkit-parent:pom:1' from repository central
> (http://repo1.maven.org/maven2)
> INFO  Continuum:default              - Created 0 projects.
> INFO  Continuum:default              - Created 0 project groups.
> INFO  Continuum:default              - 1 errors.
> INFO  Continuum:default              - 1 errors during project add: 
> INFO  Continuum:default              - add.project.artifact.not.found.error
> 
> At this point it is clear that Continuum is attempting to find parent pom in
> the Central repository, is right? But my parent poms are inside Artifactory,
> but my company repository is specified inside the settings.xml file in the
> conf folder of maven installation.

Continuum don't read settings.xml in the conf folder but in ${user.home}/.m2/
It's better to store your settings here, so it is shared by continuum and all your maven installations.

> 
> A stupid question:
> Continuum comes with maven or I have also to install maven in the machine
> which hosts Continuum?

You must install it.

Emmanuel

> 
> Thanks again
> Raffaele
> 
> 
> Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
>>
>> Raffaele a écrit :
>>> Which logs are you talking about? Where can I find these logs?
>> With standalone version, logs are under $CONTINUUM_HOME/logs/
>> Look at wrapper.*
>>
>>> However my scenario is like the picture in attachment
>>> http://www.nabble.com/file/p13110700/MAVEN.jpg 
>>>
>>> Generally how Continuum discover the different pom inside a hierarchy?
>> Continuum use maven API to discover pom like maven do it so it need to
>> access to your remote repository and where it is.
>>
>> Emmanuel
>>> Thanks and regards.
>>> Raffaele
>>>
>>>
>>> Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
>>>> I need to show your logs and where you declared your remote repository.
>>>>
>>>> Emmanuel
>>>>
>>>> Raffaele a écrit :
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> my problem is that I am not able to add no pom of those specified in
>>>>> the
>>>>> previous post.
>>>>>
>>>>> If I try to add the pom of common, it says 
>>>>> "Missing artifact trying to build the POM. Check that its parent POM
is
>>>>> available or add it first in Continuum."
>>>>>
>>>>> If I try to add the parent pom it says that miss the scm information
in
>>>>> parent pom...
>>>>>
>>>>> How should I do in this situation? Which should be the correct
>>>>> behaviour?
>>>>>
>>>>> Best regards
>>>>> Raffaele
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
>>>>>> Raffaele a écrit :
>>>>>>> Hi all,
>>>>>>> because of the lack of documentation, I have some difficulties
to add
>>>>>>> my
>>>>>>> maven2 project on Continuum, my scenario si the following:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> pss
>>>>>>> |-- pom.xml
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> toolkit
>>>>>>> |-- pom.xml
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> common
>>>>>>> |-- src
>>>>>>> |-- pom.xml
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> pss is parent of toolkit which is parent of common
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> But, only common contains sources and only it is versioned using
>>>>>>> Subversion.
>>>>>>> The other two parents are in my local repository and in the private
>>>>>>> remote
>>>>>>> repository.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Thanks in advance.
>>>>>>> Best regards.
>>>>>>> Raffaele
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> In your opinion, how should I add those project on Continumm?
Please
>>>>>>> tell
>>>>>>> me
>>>>>>> the steps to follow.
>>>>>> If they are in your remote repository, Continuum should find them.
>>>>>> How/where do you have declared your remote repository?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Emmanuel
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>
>>
>>
> 


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