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From Stephen Connolly <stephen.alan.conno...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: M3 fails to download parent pom
Date Wed, 10 Nov 2010 13:33:48 GMT
How have you defined your corp maven repo in your settings.xml

I'm wondering if it's a bug in maven 2 pulling releases from the wrong repo
and therefore you don't notice that the repo is defined incorrectly in
settings.xml

On 10 Nov 2010 08:39, "mjsell" <mjsell1@gmail.com> wrote:


Yeah, this is definitely not a pom that exists in the project tree, so the
parent-pom resolution changes mentioned in the compatibility notes do not
apply.  In my case it is a corporate pom that is separately released, and
all of our project trees end up inheriting from a previously released
version of it.  Maven 2.2.1 successfully pulls it down from the remote
repository, but Maven 3.0 does not.  If it is in the local repository
everything works fine, but if it needs to be retrieved from the remote
repository then it just fails without trying.  Interestingly, if I change it
to a snapshot version of the corporate pom, then Maven 3 appears to
correctly attempt to pull it from the remote repositories.  This definitely
sounds like a bug to me.
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