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From "Haszlakiewicz, Eric" <>
Subject RE: Deployment in Repository without version in file name?
Date Tue, 15 Feb 2011 23:20:02 GMT
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Kai Hackemesser []
>I was asked if it is possible to deploy a file into the repository without
>the version suffix added to it? In this case a war file should be retrieved
>from the Nexus repository into a Tomcat wepapps folder using wget, and they
>are looking for a way where the file doesn't need to be renamed.

As far as I know, no.  However, I can think of some possible alternate options:

  1) Pass the -O option to wget (that's a capital letter O)
  2) Set up a little apache server that does an internal redirect to the real url.
  3) Don't drop war files into tomcat's webapps folder, use the manager webapp instead.
      3b) Use Tomcat's ant tasks to deploy


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