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From Jason van Zyl <>
Subject Re: Nexus Staging Maven Plug-in
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2013 02:22:19 GMT
You probably want to post on the Nexus list as this plugin already exists.

On Feb 27, 2013, at 11:57 AM, alex.price <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am currently implementing the "Nexus Staging Maven Plug-in" for many of
> our releases, which aims to place artifacts in the Nexus Staging area in an
> automated "closed" state.
> I am currently reading the Sonatype article on the plug-in:
> I have noticed a paragraph in this article which concerns me slighly, and
> wanted clarification on what the statement means:
> /"The implicit matching relies on the setup of repository targets as well as
> the correct order of staging profiles and is therefore an error prone
> approach when many staging profiles are in use.
> The preferred way to work in this sceneario is to change the profile
> selection strategy on all staging profiles to explicit only and pass the
> staging profile id to the Nexus Staging Maven Plugin using the
> stagingProfileId configuration parameter as documented above."/
> What number of Staging profiles would this be talking about? Would this
> definitely be solved if a stagingProfileId parameter was used? What other
> factors could effect this "error prone approach"?
> Thanks,
> Alex.
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