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From "Brett Porter" <>
Subject Re: maven, archiva, and hibernate
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2008 20:20:13 GMT
Please don't cross-post to multiple lists - pick one that is most
relevant to your problem.

If you are specifying the version in your POM then you should be
getting the same version of the hibernate plugin every time. You can
confirm that by -X.

I think you should talk to the authors of that plugin
( I believe).


On 19/02/2008, Benjamin Scribner <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Currently, I am having an issue with maven while using an internal
> archiva repository. Our development repository is hosted on a local
> server and in any project poms, we include the repository like this:
> <repositories>
>     <repository>
>       <id>internal</id>
>       <url></url>
>       <releases>
>         <enabled>true</enabled>
>       </releases>
>       <snapshots>
>           <enabled>true</enabled>
>       </snapshots>
>       <layout>default</layout>
>     </repository>
> </repositories>
> Also, I am using the 2.0 version of the hibernate3-maven-plugin.
> The problem is that whenever I build my project, the hibernate plugin
> does not create the database table structure correctly. Constraints are
> in the wrong order. However, when I build the project in offline mode,
> the hibernate plugin works correctly.
> I have tried using a different version of the hibernate plugin in case
> there is a bad version in local server's repository, but that does not
> solve the problem. As long as I am connected to the local repository, my
> build fails. If I run the build just using the repository on my own
> computer, the build passes.
> Does anyone have any suggestions for steps to take to solve this issue?
> Please let me know what other resources I can include to help solve this
> issue.
> Thanks,
> Ben

Brett Porter

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