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From "Althaus, Volker" <v.alth...@cenit.de>
Subject AW: karaf-maven-plugin - Resolution with artifact repository fails when not connected to the internet
Date Fri, 12 Aug 2016 13:34:58 GMT
Hi,
I found a temporary solution for this problem: When I define the artifact as a dependency
in my Maven POM, it's getting downloaded to the local repository at the
begin of the build using our Nexus.

Then I configured the karaf-maven-plugin with failOnArtifactResolutionError=false.

As the result the plugin searches for the artifact, runs into a timeout after 4 minutes, but
nevertheless pulls the artifact from the local repository afterwards.

Unfortunately this is not a suitable workaround for us because it extremely increases our
overall build time.

Any other ideas someone?


Regards,
  Volker

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Althaus, Volker 
Gesendet: Freitag, 12. August 2016 10:36
An: user@karaf.apache.org
Betreff: karaf-maven-plugin - Resolution with artifact repository fails when not connected
to the internet

Hi,
I use the add-features-to-repo goal for creating a custom distribution (Karaf 4.0.4).

I want to include the "camel-restlet" feature which has the following dependency:

<bundle dependency='true'>mvn:http://maven.restlet.org!org.restlet.osgi/org.restlet/2.3.1</bundle>

The problem is that the build system isn't connected to the internet, instead we have a Nexus
repository which is set as the only repository in the Maven POM.
The artifact is hosted there and it is also already cached in the local Maven repository,
so there's absolutely no need to connect to http://maven.restlet.org.

Now my build fails because the plugin ignores my Maven setup and the feature resolution mechanism
always tries to connect to this external repository.

I looked at the code and the following lines seem to confirm this behavior:

AbstractFeatureMojo.java
/**
 * Resolves and copies the given artifact to the repository path.
 * Prefers to resolve using the repository of the artifact if present.
 */
protected void resolveArtifact(Artifact artifact, List<ArtifactRepository> remoteRepos)
{
        List<ArtifactRepository> usedRemoteRepos = artifact.getRepository() != null
? Collections.singletonList(artifact.getRepository()) : remoteRepos;
        resolver.resolve(artifact, usedRemoteRepos, localRepo);


Any ideas how to get my build to work without changing the feature definition? I want to avoid
this.


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