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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 13:48:45 GMT

Your opinion initially seemed good....but trying that solution, that is
manually installing parent pom on the local repository of the machine where
Continuum runs, once again I have the same problem:

my log say the same as your jira issue:
87577 [http-80-1] INFO  org.apache.maven.continuum.Continuum:default  -
Created 0 projects.
87577 [http-80-1] INFO  org.apache.maven.continuum.Continuum:default  -
Created 0 project groups.
87577 [http-80-1] INFO  org.apache.maven.continuum.Continuum:default  - 1
87577 [http-80-1] INFO  org.apache.maven.continuum.Continuum:default  - 1
errors during project add: 
87577 [http-80-1] INFO  org.apache.maven.continuum.Continuum:default  -

And Continuum says again:
Missing artifact trying to build the POM. Check that its parent POM is
available or add it first in Continuum.

So, it isn't a workaround, at least in my case.

Can you explain me what's happen when I upload a pom using add project page?
I mean, where does that uploaded pom go? Perhaps it is installed in local

Best regards

Wendy Smoak-3 wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 5:38 AM, Raffaele <> wrote:
>> 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!
> I think you're running into CONTINUUM-1789 [1] -- you can't add a
> project if the parent pom is not already in the *local* repository on
> the Continuum server.  It will not go retrieve the parent from a
> remote repo.
> The workaround is to install the parent into the local repository.
> [1]
> -- 
> Wendy

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