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From thinkpipes <>
Subject Re: How can I get the freshly uploaded artifact filename with Maven?
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2010 20:25:47 GMT

Hi Wayne,

Thanks for responding. Wouldn't Maven also obviously have access to
the filename it constructed itself? It seems as though there should be
some property that would store this information...and if not a
property, then perhaps a method that stores it (and can be accessed
through a custom plugin).

On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 5:45 AM, Wayne Fay [via Maven]
<> wrote:
>> My question is, how can I access that very final filename with the
>> uniqueVersion? Is there some built-in variable where I can access that
>> "myprog-1.0-060910.123432.jar" filename?
> Is there perhaps a way to hook your post-upload action into Nexus
> itself, rather than Maven? Nexus obviously has access to the version
> etc information.
> Wayne
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