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From Raffaele <>
Subject Re: Need hint about parent pom not in svn and child in svn
Date Wed, 23 Jul 2008 12:38:46 GMT

my parent is in a remote repository surely.
Well, in this case, when I add child.pom project to Continuum, despite its
parent is in a remote repository, Continuum says equally to me that parent
pom is missing and so, adding child project fails!

What should I do to add my child project on Continuum, can you list all
steps please?
- a parent pom (with packaging pom) in remote repository
- and a child pom with packaging jar in svn

Thanks again, best regards

Emmanuel Venisse-2 wrote:
> If your parent isn't in svn, it must be in a remote repository used by
> your
> child projects.
> Emmanuel
> On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 12:37 PM, Raffaele <> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I try to explain my scenario, very simple:
>> - parent.pom
>> - child.pom
>> parent.pom is not inside Subversion and so it doesn't define the scm
>> element
>> child.pom is inside Subversion and it defines the scm element
>> Now Continuum:
>> - I add child.pom specifying its svn url but Continuum says that parent
>> pom
>> is missing,
>> - I add parent pom uploading it as it is not in Subversion but Continuum
>> says tha scm element is missing
>> - Then I add again child.pom and this time Continuum works and I see my
>> just
>> inserted project.
>> That behaviour is quite strange, by the way it works.
>> Now, consider that I change parent.pom, as it isn't in Subversion, I need
>> to
>> upload it again on Continuum, I try to do that, Continuum says again that
>> scm element is missing, but this time if I launch a build of the child
>> project, unfortunately Continuum seems to not see my changes on
>> parent.pom.
>> Perhaps I'm wrong in setting my environment, should I configure it in a
>> different way?
>> Should I have to put in svn also my parent pom?
>> thanks in advance, best regards
>> Raffaele
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